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THE  STATE  OF  VERMONT 


ROLLS  OF  THE  SOLDIERS 


IN  THE 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR 

J775  TO  J783 


PUBLISHED  BY  ATJTHOKITY  OF  THE  X-EGISLAr0RE 


COMPIIiED  AND  BDITBD   BY 

JOHN    E.    GOODRICH 

A  MEMBEB  OF  THE  VEBMONT  HISTOBICAL  SOCIETY 


RUTLAND,  VT. 

THE  TUTTLE  COMPANY 
1904 


Ali     '.rT  TO  PROVIDE  FOR  THE  COLLATION  AND  PUBLIC A- 

■.r:.  .:•  T  OF  THE  ROSTER,  MUSTER  ROLLS  AND  OTHER  COLO- 

bTL'L:  AND  REVOLUTIONARY  RECORDS. 

:■.  /<•  n     'dy  enacted  by  the  General  Assembly  of  the  State  of  Vevinont: 

'■■  ;v.;io  !  1.     A  sum  not  exceeding  two  thousand  dollars  is  hereby  appro- 
j.'.if'r  .'.■^j.  V.M-  ourpose  of  collating  and  publishing  the  rosters,  muster  rolls, 
y  -ol'-:   ijHv;  ;nher  records  of  all  Colonial  and  Revolutionary  forces,  troops, 
i;/'ri*:nts.  minute  men,  militia,  soldiers,  sailors  and   marines,  raised 
-^-in/j.-bl  .^  irrants  or  State  of  Vermont  prior  to  or  during  the  Revolu- 


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^?-:\]\y>\  ?..  Th-b  j^rovernor  and  secretary  of  state,  under  whose  supervision 
such  •;•  at-.w  ;/i)U  r.rblication  shall  be  carried  on,  are  hereby  authorized  to 
make  ^^■■..\  at  ■  ui ;  ..r-: -.ts  as  may  be  necessary  to  carry  into  effect  the  provi- 
sions tif  i;  IE  act 

SeoHr.-i  ,'^,  i.  ••'■  .■•.'..nor  and  secretary  of  state  are  hereby  authorized  to 
use  so  ;.i-i<  ji  0!  ;>;:  ■  .?t  herein  appropriated  as  in  their  judgment  may  be 
necessary'  tocnrfv  'c-;    =  T'  -.t  the  purposes  of  this  act. 

Sectio ',  4.  ''he  «'.i.-:  a^iditor  is  hereby  directed  to  draw  orders  on  the 
state  treasurt.'.'  foi-  rooh  ;■.•.;.(  or  sums  as  may  be  called  for  by  vouchers  duly 
approved  by  the  grov;-  -.i.'.  a,^^;  ».  xretary  of  state  for  the  purposes  herein  pro- 
vided. 

Section  5.      Di':.  a  .:  ^ArxW    ;>iv^  effect  from  its  passage. 
Approved  Novenib.v  27.  i  !0.'. 


In  accordance  >  '\\.  ■:'  '  <■:•;.>-•.!•;■'  act,  on  the  2d  of  July,  1902,  Governor 
William  W.  Sticknev  i..\^>i.t.-  .^  i-  .-  ."5.  Goodrich  of  Burlington  to  edit  the 
rolls  and  other  docun:    ;-^  i-r.    '     !!"•    t.kj  isupv^rintma  taeir  publication. 


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EDITOR'S  PREFACE 

The  major  part  of  the  contents  of  this  volume  have  been  copied 
from  a  large  manuscript  volume  in  the  office  of  the  adjutant- general, 
the  compilation  of  which  was  authorized  by  the  General  Assembly  in 
1841  and  completed  in  1843  by  Chauncey  L.  Knapp,  acting  Secretary 
of  State.     This  precious  document  carries  the  following  title  : 

Records  |  of  the  |  Service  of  the  Vermont  Troops  |  in  the  |  Revo- 
lutionary War  1  being  a  |  Transcript  made  by  order  ]  of  the  |  General 
Assembly  |  of  |  Pay  Rolls,  Pay-Table,  Orders  &  Receipts  |  originally 
jQled  as  |  Vouchers  in  the  Treasurer's  Office  |  by  C.  L.  Knapp.  |  1843. 

Of  this  volume  385  pages  are  taken  up  with  the  rolls,  and  156 
more  with  other  papers.  Other  sources  have  been  :  the  Henry  Stevens 
papers  in  possession  of  the  State  of  New  York,  with  other  documents 
in  the  archives  of  the  same  State ;  volume  xv  of  the  "  Archives  of 
the  State  of  New  York;  "  "  New  York  in  the  Revolution  "  (1898), 
and  the  "Supplement"  to  this  work  (igoi) ;  also  the  New  Hamp- 
shire Rolls  (4  vols.),  and  three  volumes  compiled  since  the  publication 
of  the  Rolls  by  General  George  C.  Gilmore  of  Manchester,  N.  H. 
The  derivation  of  still  other  material  is  indicated  in  connection  with 
the  documents  used. 

While  duplicate  rolls  have  been  rejected,  a  few  have  been  in- 
cluded which  supply  but  little  additional  information,  in  the  belief 
that  it  is  better  to  err  on  the  side  of  fullness  than  to  omit  anything 
which  could  add  to  our  detailed  knowledge  of  the  men  and  events  of 
the  Revolution. 

The  strictly  chronological  arrangement  so  desirable  in  a  work  of 
this  kind  will  not  be  found.  Most  of  the  very  early  rolls  came  to 
hand  after  the  printing  had  begun,  and  so  were  reserved,  to  be  in- 
serted after  the  rolls  of  the  MS  Roster  were  completed.  The  dates 
of  some  rolls  could  not  be  definitely  ascertained  ;  besides,  there  was 
thought  to  be  some  advantage  in  exhibiting  in  consecutive  pages  the 
matter  derived  from  the  New  York  Archives,  vol.  xv,  e.g.,  as  also 


IV  PREFACE 

that  from  the  Records  of  the  Board  of  War,  etc.  An  attempt  to  rem- 
edy, in  part,  this  lack  of  chronological  sequence  is  made  in  the  Index 
on  page  844. 

The  Index  of  Names  has  given  much  trouble.  It  was  decided  to 
present  the  documents,  especially  the  oldest  ones,  with  the  original 
spelling,  pointing,  etc.  The  various  phonetic  ways  of  spelling  sur- 
names, especially,  could  not  all  be  reproduced  in  the  Index.  It  is 
hoped,  however,  that  a  sufficient  key  has  been  furnished  for  the  find- 
ing of  every  name. 

As  the  act  authorizing  this  publication  calls  for  information  re- 
specting "  sailors  and  marines,  "  application  was  made  through  Sen- 
ator Proctor  to  the  U.  S.  Navy  Department  for  any  information  in 
its  possession,  but  without  result.  On  suggestion  of  Assistant  Secre- 
tary Charles  H.  Darling  inquiry  was  also  made  at  the  Library  of 
Congress,  but  no  records  were  found  there  of  Vermont  soldiers  or  sail- 
ors of  the  Revolution,  as  such.  And  indeed  there  was  no  antecedent 
probability  that  such  records  would  be  found,  as  in  those  years  there 
was  no  "  Vermont,  "  in  the  view  of  the  Continental  Congress. 

The  early  Journals  of  the  General  Assembly,  some  in  manuscript, 
and  others  so  rare  as  to  be  accessible  only  in  the  State  Library,  and 
the  original  Records  of  the  Council  of  Safety  and  of  the  Board  of  War, 
have  been  examined  for  such  (additional)  information  as  might  con- 
tribute to  the  general  object  of  the  volume.  Some  material  from  va- 
rious sources,  prepared  to  illustrate  and  supplement  the  documents 
here  given,  was  finally  rejected  as  not  strictly  germane  to  the  specific 
intent  of  this  publication. 


GENERAL  CONTENTS 


1775 

Capt.  Thomas  Johnson's  Co.  of  Minute  Men     . 

Capt.  Oliver  Potter's  Co.  in  an  Expedition  to  Canada    . 

1776 

Thomas  Johnson's  Scouting  Party,  Coos  to  St.  Johns,  March 
Col.  Moses  Robinson's  Staff,  June     . 
Capt.  Benjamin  Hickok's  Co.,  June 

"      Gideon  Brownson's  Co.,  June 

"      Ebenezer  Martin's  Scout  from  Moretown,  Oct. 

"     Elijah  Dewey's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Ebenezer  Allen's  Co 

"      Thomas  Johnson's  Co.  of  Minute  Men,  Newbury 


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Capt.  Thomas  Lee's  Co.  of  Rangers 
Report  on  same  to  General  Assembly 
Capt.  Thomas  Lee's  Independent  Co. 

"     Daniel  Culver's  Co.,  to  Ticonderoga,  June 
Scouts  sent  from  Springfield,  July     . 
Detachment  imder  Capt.  Nathan  Smith  after  Tories,  Aug, 
Capt.  William  Heaton's  Co.  in  Strafford  Alarm,  July 

"      John  Alger's  Co.  (part)  in  Strafford  Alarm     . 
Men  to  Strafford  from  Norwich  under  Capts.  Bush  and  Board 
man         ....... 

Men  to  Strafford  from  Orford,  Piermont  &  Fairlee 
Men  with  horses  to  Strafford  from  Lyme 
Scouting  after  Retreat  from  Strafford 
Capt.  Elijah  Dewey's  Co.,  August  i6 

"      Samuel  Robinson's  Roll,  August  i6 

"      John  Benjamin's  Co.,  Aug.-Oct. 

"      John  Gideon  Bayley's  Co.,  Aug. 

"      Seth  Hodges'  Co.,  Aug.-Oct.  . 

"      Timothy  Bush's  Co.,  Aug.-Sept. 

"      John  Petty 's  Co.,  Aug.-Sept. 

"      Josiah  Boyden's  Co.,  Aug.-Sept. 

"      Josiah  Boyden's  Co.,  Sept.-Oct. 


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GENERAL    CONTENTS 


Lieut.  Moses  Johnson's  Co.,  Sept. -Oct.      .....  43 

Capt.  David  Stowell's  Co.,  Sept.-Oct 42 

Lieut.  Charles  Richards' Command,  Sept.-Oct.         .         .         .     40-41 

Capt.  Ebenezer  Allen's  Co.,  July-Dec 44~45 

"      Levi  Goodenough's  Co.,  July-Dec.  (1777?)      ...  47 

"      John  Warner's  Co.,  July-Dec. 48 

"      Parmelee  Allen's  Co.,  July-Dec.      .....  49 

Philip  and  Stephen  Smith,  prisoners,  Sept.,  1777- 1779      .         .  51 

Capt.  William  Heaton's  Co.,  Sept.-Oct.            ....  52 

"      Frye  Bayley's  Co.,  Sept.-Oct.  (1777?)      ....  53 

Joshua  Hazen's  Co.,  Sept.-Oct 55 

Abel  Marsh's  force  transporting  flour,  Oct.     ...  56 

Abraham  Salisbury's  Co.  (Clarendon)  in  Pittsford,  Oct.  57 

Scouts  from  Woodstock 59 

Capt.  F.  Bayley  and  Lt.  N.  Lovewell,  prisoners,  Dec.     .        .  60 


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1778 

Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer's  Roll     .... 
"      Daniel  Comstock's  Co.,  April 
"      Solomon  Cushman's  Co.  (part),  April     . 
"      Isaac  Clark's  Co.,  March-May 
"      Nathan  Smith's  Detachment,  April 
"      Nathan  Smith's  Detachment,  April-May 
"      Simeon  Stevens'  Co.,  April 
"      W^illiam  Hutchins'  Co.,  May  i-Nov.  30 
"      Thomas  Sawyer's  Co.,  May  i-Nov.  30     . 
"      Jesse  Safford's  Co.,  May  i-Nov.  30 

Detachment  under  Capt.  Gideon  Ormsby,  June-July 

Capt.  Samuel  Robinson's  Co.,  June-July 

"      Samuel  Robinson's  Co.,  at  Rutland,  June-July 

Scouts  from  Windsor,  June-Sept. 

Scout  from  Moretown,  July       .... 
"      sent  by  Capt.  John  Throop,  August 

Escort  (of  Tories)  under  Capt.  James  Bentley  . 

Lieut.  Joseph  Little's  Co.,  Aug.-Oct. 

Scouts  from  Woodstock 

Capt.  Joseph  Briggs'  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 

Lieut.  Solomon  Soper's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 

Capt.  Gideon  Ormsby's  Co.,  Nov.     . 

Detachment  under  Capt.  Stephen  Calkins,  Nov 

Capt.  John  Smith's  Co.,  Nov.  . 
"       Zebediah  Dewey's  Co.,  Nov. 
"      John  Spafford's  Co.,  Nov. 
"      Thomas  Sawyer's  Co.,  Nov.    . 
"      Simeon  Wright's  Co.,  Nov.     . 


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Capt.  Abraham  Underhill's  Co.,  Nov. 
Lieut.  Abraham  Ives'  Co.,  Nov. 
Capt.  Tehan  Noble's  Co.,  Nov. 

"      Ephriam  Buell's  Co.,  Nov. 

"      Benjamin  Cooley's  Co.,  Nov. 

"      Simeon  Wright's  Roll,  Nov.  . 
Lieut.  Jonathan  Scott's  Co.,  June-Jan. 
Capt.  Jonathan  Scott's  Co.,  June-Jan. 

1779 


1779 
4.  1779 


Capt.  John  Smith's  Co.,  Feb.     .... 
Col.  Seth  Warner's  Regiment,  1776- 1779 

"  Seth  Warner's  Regiment,  1776-1780 
Capt.  John  G.  Bayley's  Co.,  April  1777-May  1779 

"      William  Hutchins'  Co.,  March-May 

"      Simeon  Wright's  Co.,  Mav      . 

"      Simeon  Wright's  Roll,  May     . 

"      John  Burt's  Co.,  April-June     . 

"      John  Burt's  Co.,  April-June     . 

"      William  Gaige's  Roll,  May-June 

"      Thomas  Sawyer's  Co.,  Mav -June 

"      Tehan  Noble's  Co.,  April-June 

"      Tehan  Noble's  Co.,  April-June 

"      Thomas  Sawyer's  Co.,  June-Aug. 
Surgeon  Jacob  Rubach's  Roll,  Dec.  1778-July 
Scouting  Party  from  Capt.  S.  Wright's  Co.,  July 

"  "       under  Sergt.  Thomas  Hinman,  August 

Capt.  Parmelee  Allen's  Co.,  August-Nov. 

Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer's  Co.,  Aug.-October 

"      John  Stark's  Co.,  under  Capt.  P.  Allen,  Nov. 
"      Simeon  Wright's  Co.,  Nov.      .         .         . 
"      Ephraim  Buell's  Co.,  May-Dec. 


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Capt.  Timothy  Bush's  Co.,  Jan. -Feb. 

Scout  under  Lieut.  Hezekiah  Silaway,  Jan. 

Capt.  Nehemiah  Lovewell's  Co.,  Feb. 

Lieut.  Calvin  Parkhurst  and  eight  men,  March 

Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Roll  for  five  men,  March 

"      Daniel  Comstock's  Co.  (part),  March      . 

*'      Abel  Merriman's  Co.,  March  . 

"      Daniel  Smith's  Co.,  March      . 
Rutland  Co.  under  Ensign  Isaac  Cushman,  March 


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GENERAL    CONTENTS 


Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  Co.,  March 

"      Abraham  Underhill's  Co.,  March 

"      Daniel  Smith's  Co.,  March      . 

"      Ephraim  Buell's  Co.,  March    . 

"      Zebediah  Dewey's  Co.,  March 

"      Benjamin  Cooley's  Co.,  March 

"      Stephen  Calkins'  Co.,  March 
Lieut.  Enoch  Hall's  Rangers,  March 
Capt.  John  Spafford's  Co.,  March 

"      John  Spafford's  men  (omitted) 

'*      Gideon  Ormsby's  Co.,  March 

*•      Thomas  Bull's  Co.,  March 

'•      Tehan  Noble's  Co.,  March       . 

"      Matthew  Lyon's  Co.,  March-Oct. 

"      Giles  Walcott's  Co. 
Lieut.  Benjamin  Everest's  Co.,  Nov.-March,  1780 
Capt.  Jonas  Galusha's  Co.,  April 

"      John  Stark's  Co.,  April    . 

'*      Samuel  Williams'  Co.,  Mav. 

"      John  Spafford's  Co.,  May-June 

"      Ephraim  Buell's  Co.,  May -June 

"      Benjamin  Cooley's  Co.,  May-June 
Col.  Gideon  Warren's  Regiment,  Officers,  March  and  June 
Capt.  Thomas  Lee's  Co.,  June 

"      Zebediah  Dewey's  Co.  (part),  May-June 

"      Jesse  Safford's  Co.,  July 
Scout  under  Lieut.  Nathan  Howland,  August 
Capt.  John  Spafford's  Co.,  August    . 

"      Elisha  Burton's  Co.,  August 

"      Joseph  Parkhurst's  Co.,  August 

"      John  Mercy's  Co.,  August 
Scout  under  Capt.  Benjamin  Cox,  August 
Capt.  Benjamin  Cox's  Co.,  August-Nov. 
Lieut,  William  Post's  Co.,  August-bept.  . 
Capt.  Stephen  Calkins'  Co.,  Oct. 

"    Jonathan  Helton's  Co.,  Oct.      , 
Lieut.  Asahel  Smith's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 
"      Edmund  Hodges'  Co.,  Oct 
"      Benjamin  Cox's  Co.,  August  . 
'*      Benjamin  Cox's  Co.,  August 

/'      Eli  Noble's  Co.,  August-Nov. 
Lieut.  David  Powers'  Co.,  Aug.-Nov. 
Scouts  from  Capt.  Joseph  Sawyer's  Co.,  Aug.-Nov 
Capt.  Abel  Merriman's  Co.,  Oct. 
"      Daniel  Smith's  Co.,  Oct.'V       . 
"      John  Spafford's  Co.,  Oct.' 


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GENERAL    CONTENTS 


IX 


Capt.  William  Hutchins'  Co.,  Oct.    . 

"      Eli  Noble's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Benjamin  Cooley's  Co.  (part),  Oct 

"      Nathaniel  Seeley's  Co.,  Oct.   . 

"      Ebenezer  Wood's  Co.,  Oct. 
-  "      Samuel  Robinson's  Co.,  Oct. 
Lieut.  Lemuel  Hyde's  Co.,  Oct. 

"       Lemuel  Bradley's  Co.,  Oct. 
Capt.  Tehan  Noble's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Thomas  Bull's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Bigelow  Lawrence's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Jacob  Odel's  Co.,  Oct.     . 
Lieut.  Abner  Hurd's  Co.,  Oct. 
Capt.  Thomas  Collins'  Co.,  Oct, 

"      John  Spafford's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Zebediah  Dewey's  Co.,  Oct.     . 
Col.  Samuel  Herrick's  Regiment,  Oct. 
Capt.  Cyprian  Downer's  Co.,  Oct.    . 

"      John  Spafford's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      William  Gage's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Daniel  Comstock's  Co.,  Oct.  . 

"      Jonas  Galusha's  Co.,  Oct. 

*'      Jonas  "Galusha's  Co.  (part),  Oct. 

"      Abraham  Ives'  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Isaac  Clark's  Co.,  Oct.     . 

"      Daniel  Smith's  Co.  (part),  Oct. 

"      William  Dvre's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 
Major  Gideon  Ormsby's  pay-roll,  Oct. 
Capt.  Joseph  Parkhurst's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Timothy  Bush's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      John  Marcy's  Co.,  Oct. 
Lieut.  Bartholomew  Durkee's  Co.,  Oct. 
Capt.  Joshua  Hazen's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      (part),  Oct. 

"      Daniel  Gilbert's  Co.,  Oct. 
Major  Elkanah  Day's  Battalidh,  Oct. 
Capt.  Comfort  Starr's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      (part),  Oct. 


"      Abner  Bisbee  and  men  to  Springfield,  Oct 

"      Samuel  Scott's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      John  Powell's  Co.,  Aug.  (?)-Oct. 

"      Elias  Weld's  Co.  to  Royalton  &  Haverhill,  Oct. 
Major  Benjamin  Wait's  pay  abstract,  Oct. 
Capt.  William   Upham's  Co.,    Aug.-Oct.-Nov 


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GENERAL  CONTENTS 


Ccint.  Warren  Cottle's  Co.,  Oct. 

"^-     Timothy  Bush's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Joshua  Hazen's  Co.  to  Brookfield,  Oct    . 

"       'ohn  Hawkins'  Co.,  to  Brookfield,  Oct. 

"      J  'tq  Stark's  Co.,  Oct 

"      Th«-  nas  Barney's  Co.,  Oct. 
Lieut.  Abisha  Samson's  Co.  at  Barnard,  Oct.     . 
Capt,  BenjaiOin  Cox's  Co.,  as  scouts,  to  Brookfield,  Oct 
Lieut.  James  Siix?l ley's  Co.  at  Straflford,  Oct.    . 
Capt.  Joshua  Hazen's  Co.  at  Strafford,  Oct.-Nov. 

"      Samuel  Allen's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 

"      Charles  Parker's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 

"      Nathaniel  Blanchard's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov.     . 
Ensign  William  Hoar  and  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 
Capt.  James  Anderson's  Co.  (part),  Oct.-Nov. 

"      Nathaniel  Smith's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 
Major  Wm.  Goodrich,  commanding  Capt.  Enoch  Noble 
(from  Mass.),  Oct.-Nov,    . 

'*      William  Goodrich  and  Staff,  Oct.-Nov. 
Capt.  Samuel  Williams'  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 
Ensign  Solomon  Calkins  and  Party,  Nov. 
Lieut.  John  Powell  and  Party,  Nov. 
Scouts  from  Capt.  Cox's  Co.,  Nov.    . 
Capt.  Joseph  Tyler's  Co.,  Oct. -Dec.  i 


'*      Ebenezer  Wallis's  Co.,  March  and  Oct. 

"      William  Hutchins'  Co.,  Jan.-Nov. 

"      Parmelee  Allen's  Co.,  Feb. -Dec.  i 

"      Jesse  Safford's  Co  ,  Jan. -Dec.  i        .         . 
Lt.  Col.  James  Claghorn's  account,  Nov.  1778-Nov 
Lieut.  Samuel  Willard  and  men,  Dec. 
Scout  under  Major  John  Barron,  from  Moretown 
Capt.  Abraham  Salisbury's  Co. 

"      Capt.  Ichabod  Robinson's  Co.,  Clarendon 


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Capt.  Ezekiel  Colbe's  Co.,  Corinth,  scouting,  1777,  1781 
"      Jesse  Sawyer's  Co.,  April  1780-Jan.  1781 

Lieut.  Beriah  Green's  Co.,  Feb.-March      .... 

Scout  from  Strafford  under  Sergt.  R.  Crandal,  Feb. 

Capt.  Samuel  Smith's    Co.,  Fairlee,  to  Newbury,  Royalton 

&c.,  Oct.  '8o-March'8i  

"      Samuel  McClure's  Co.  at  Dresden,  March 

"      Charles  Nelson's  Co.,  Feb.-March    .... 

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Scout  from  Moretown  under  Capt.  Eben  Martin,  March. 
Capt.  John  Throop's  Co.,  March 
Lieut.  Daniel  Spooner's  Co.,  to  Orford,  March 
Capt.  John  Burt's  Co.,  March 
Scouts'  under  Lieut.  Nathaniel  White,  March    . 
Scout  from  Strafford  under  Ensign  Solomon  Calkin,  March 
Capt.  Samuel  Stow  Savage's  Co.,  March 
"      John  Marcy's  Co.,  March 
"      Jesse  Burk's  and  Capt.  M.  Gilson's  Cos.  in  the  New 

bury  Alarm,  March  .... 

"      Joshua  Hazen's  Co.  (part)  to  Dresden,  March 
"  "  "  "    to  Piermont,  March 

"      Timothy  Bush's  Co.  in  the  Peacham  Alarm,  March 
"      Warren  Cottle's  Co.,  March     . 
Scout  under  Lieut.  James  Smalley,  March 
Capt.  Benjamin  Cox's  Co.  to  Bethel,  March 
Scout  from  Moretown,  March    . 
Capt.  Jesse  Safford's  Co..,  March 

"      William   Heaton's  Co.,  Thetford,  to  Royalton,  New 
bury,  <!fec.,  Aug. '80- April '8 1    . 
Lieut.  Nathaniel  Holmes'  Co.,  Dec.  1780-April  1781 
Capt.  Simeon  Stevens'  Co.,  Newbury,  scouting  and  guarding. 

May  '79-May  '81      .        '.      ■  . 
Scouts  under  Capt.  Frye  Bayley  (Newbury  ?),  Oct.'80-May  '8 
Capt.  Stephen  Calkins'  Co.  (?),  Oct.- Nov.  1780  (?) 
"      Stephen  Calkins'  Co.  (?) 
"      Capt.  Tl^as  Collins'  Co.,  May-June    . 
Rutland   Co.  f^rt)   under  Ensign   Isaac  Cushman,  to  Fort 

Vengeance,  June-(?)         .         . 
Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Co.,  Castleton  Alarm,  June 
"      Lemuel  Roberts'  Co.,  June     .         . 
"      John  Spafford's  Co.,  Castleton  Alarm,  June    . 
"      Jacob  Wood's  Co.,  Castleton  Alarm,  June     . 
"      Abishai  Moseley's  Co.,  Castleton  Alarm,  June 
Lieut.  Lemuel  White's  Co.,  Shrewsbury  Alarm,  June 
Major  Israel  Smith  and  A.  Chamberlin,  A.  Q.  M.      . 
Capt.  Abner  Seely's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781 
"      John  Benjamin's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781     . 
"      Daniel  Comstock's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781 
"      James  Blakeslee's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781    . 
"      Charles  Nelson's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781     . 
"      Nehemiah  Lovewell's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781 
"     Josiah  Fish's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  178 1  . 
"      Jotham  White's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781      . 
"      John  Stark's  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781   . 
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Capt.  James  Brookins'  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781 

Lt.  Col.  Samuel  Fletcher's  Battalion-Staff,  pay  to  June  30,  '81 

Capt.  William  Hutchins'  Co.,  pay  to  June  30,  1781 

"      Bigelow  Lawrence's  Co.  at  Cambridge  and  Saratoga 
July,  1781         ....... 

"      Eli  Noble's  Co.,  Pownal,  to  Saratoga,  July    . 
Moses  Howe's  Acct.,  taking  six  prisoners  to  Castleton 
Capt.  Ebenezer  Wood's  Co.,  July  31-Aug. 

"  Matthew  Lyon's  Co.,  July  31-Aug. 
Col.  Ebenezer  Walbridge's  Staff,  August 
Capt.  William  Sharp's  Co.,  August 

*•      Augustine  Odel's  Co.,  August 

"      Lemuel  Carey's  Co.,  August    .... 

"      William  Shepard's  Co.,  August,  at  Saratoga 

"      John  Robinson's  Co.,  August 

"      Shadrach  Phelps'  Co.,  August 

"      Matthias  Button's  Co.,  August         .         .      *  . 

"      William  Dyre  and  Men,  August,  scouting  near  Fort  Ann 

"      Lemuel  Bradley's  Co.,  August         .         . 
■^-^  "      Joseph  Safford's  Co.,  August    .         . '       . 

"      Robert  Hunkins  and  Men,  August,  at  Peacham,     . 

"      Barth.  Durkee's  Co.,  Aug.,  to  Bethel  Fort 

"      William  Bramble's  Co.,  August,  to  Bethel  Tort,    . 

"      Elkanah  Sprague  and  men,  August,  to  Bethel  Fort 

"      John  Coffeen's  Co.  ...... 

Lieut.  Joseph  Wickwire  and  Prisoners'  Guard,  at  Bennington 
August     ........ 

Capt.  Isaac  Tichenor's  Co.,  Bennington,  to  Saratoga,  August 
Three  Weeks'  Men  in  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen's  Co.,  July-Aug. 
Capt.  Abraham  Underbill's  Co 

"      Elijah  Galusha's  Co.  to  Saratoga,  August 

"      Nathan  Delano's  Co.,  August 

"      William  Sharp's  Co.,  August 
Col.  John  Abbot  and  Staff        .         .         .         .        , 
Capt.  Cyprian  Downer's  Co.,  Shaftsbury  to  Saratoga,  August 

"      Jesse  Safford's  Co.,  August      .... 
Ensign  Elisha  Partridge  and  Men,  August 
Prisoners'  Guard  under  Sergt.   Matthew   Scott,  Bennington 

August 

Prisoners'  Guard  under  Sergt.  Samuel  Standish,  Bennington  to 

Skeensboro',  August       ..... 
Capt.  Joseph  Safford's  Co.  at  White  Creek,  Aug.-Sept. 

"      Elisha  Galusha's  Co.  fpart)  to  Windham  County,  Sept 
Gov.  Chittenden's  Life-Guard,  Aug.-Sept. 

"     Chittenden's  Life-Guard,  Sept-Oct. 
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Capt.  Timothy  Bush  and  Men,  arresting  two  transient  persons 

"      John  Coffeen  and  Co.  (part),  taking  up  enemies,  Oct. 
Scout  under  Lieut.  Frederick  Smith  .... 

Capt.  Charles  Nelson's  Co.,  July  i — (Sept.  14?) 

"      Charles  Nelson's  Co.,  Sept.-Nov 

*'      Thomas  Barney's  Co. ,  Oct 

"      Eli  Brownson's  Co.,  to  Castleton,  Oct.  20 

"      Thomas  Bull's  Co.,  Oct  21 

**      Enoch  Eastman's  Co.,  Oct 

"      Zadock  Everest's  Co.,  Oct 

"      John  Gray's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov 

"      Jacob  Hinds'(,Co.,  Oct.  

"      Richard  Hurd's  Co.,  Oct.  20 

*•      John  Mott's  Co.,  Danbv,  at  Castleton,  Oct.    . 

"      Jacob  Odel's  Co.,  Oct.' 

"      Daniel  Smith's  Co.  at  Castleton,  Oct.    . 

"      Nathaniel  Smith's  Co.,  Oct.  .... 

"      Ebenezer  Wilson's  Co.  at  Castleton,  Oct. 

"      Abraham  Underhill's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov. 

"      Samuel  Willard's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov 

Col.  Ira  Allen's  Regiment,  Staff^Oct 

Capt.  Abraham   Jackson's   Co.,  Wallingford,    at   Castleton 
Oct.  14   . 

*'      Abel  Merriman's  Co.  to  Castleton,  Oct.  21    . 

"      Jacob  Wood's  Co.  to  Castleton,  Oct.  21 

"      Lemuel  Roberts'  Co.,  Oct.  21 

"      Nathaniel  Blanchard's  Co.,  at  Castleton,  Oct.  21-30 

"      Samuel  Williams'  Co.,  Oct.  21 -Nov.  2. 

"      Orange  Train's  Co.,  Oct.  20-Nov. 

"      Israel   Hurlbut   and  a  Detachment   from  Col.  Thomas 
Lee's  Regiment       ....... 

"      Abraham  Jackson's  Co.  (part),  at  Castleton,  Oct.  14 

"      Cyprian  Downer's  Co.,  at  Castleton,  Oct. 

"      Eli  Noble's  Co.,  Pownal,  at  Castleton,  Oct. 

"      Ebenezer  Wood's  Co.,  Oct.  13 

"      Bigelow  Lawrence's  Co.,  at  Castleton,  Oct.  . 

"      Isaac  Tichenor's  Co.,  at  Castleton,  Oct.  13     . 
'    "      Joseph  Safford's  Co.,  at  Castleton,  Oct.  14-31 

Col.  Ebenezer  Walbridge's  Staff,  Oct 

Capt.  Lemuel  Cary's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov.         .         .         .  '      . 
Lieut.  Peter  Baker's  Co.,  to  Skeensboro',  Oct.-Nov. 
Capt.  Nathan  Delano's  Co.,  Oct.-Nov 

"      John  Robinson's  Co.,  at  Skeensboro',  Oct.  25 

"      Martin  Dudley's  Co.,  at  Castleton,  Oct.-Nov. 

"      William  Sharp's  Co.,  to  Skeensboro',  Oct.-Nov.     . 

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Capt.  Nicholas  Sharpe's  Co.,  to  Skeensboro',  Oct 

"      John  Abbot's  Staff,  Oct.-Nov. 

"      John  Dater's  Co.,  Oct 

"      William  Shepard's  Co.,  to  Castleton,  Oct.  12-Nov 

**      Henry  Vanderhoff's  Co.  (?),  Oct.  25-Nov.  5     . 

"      John  Dater's  Co.,  Oct.  23-Nov.  4    . 

"      Shadrach  Phelps'  Co.,  at  Castleton,  Oct.  23-Nov 
Col.  Cornelius  Douty's  Staff,  Oct.  12-Nov.  3     . 
Capt.  John  Stiliwell's  Co.,  Oct.  25-Nov.  g 

"      Elijah  Galusha's  Co.,  Arlington,  Oct.     . 
Skeensboro'  Co.  under  Ensign  John  R.  Blanchard     . 
Pownal  Co.  under  Capt.  Benjamin  Bates,  to  Castleton,  Oct. 
Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Co.  at  Castleton,  Oct  21 

"      Abishai  Moseley's  Co.  at  Castleton,  Oct.  21 

"      Jacob  Hinds'  Co.  (part),  Oct. 

*'      Lemuel  Bradley's  Co.,  Oct.  21 

"      Asaph  Cook's  Co.,  Oct.  20 

"      John  Patterson's  Co.,  Oct.  14-24     . 

*'      Lemuel  Hyde's  Co.,  Oct. 

"      Peleg  Matteson's  Co.,  Shaftsbury    . 
Lieut.  Ward  Bayley's  Party,  near  Upper  Coos,  April-Nov. 
Capt.  Eli  Noble  and  Militia  with  him  at  Castleton,  Nov 
Col.  Samuel  Fletcher's  Staff,  June  30-Nov.  25 
Lieut.  Israel  Morey's  Party,  July-Oct. 
Capt.'Nehemiah  Lovewell's  Co.,  July-Nov. 

"      Peter  Page's  Co.,  July-Nov 

"  "  "     Mileage,  July  29-Nov.  25  . 

Lieutenant-Colonel  Benjamin  Wait's  Staff,  Feb.-Nov. 
Capt.  John  Benjamin's  Co.,  July-Nov. 

•'      Abner  Seelye's  Co.,  July-Nov. 

"      Parmelee  Allen's  Co.,  May-Dec. 

"  Samuel  S.  Savage's  Co.,  Aug.,  Sept.,  Oct.,  etc. 
Brig.-General  Roger  Enos's  Pay  Abstract,  May-Dec. 
Capt.  Elijah  Gates'  Co.,  July-Dec 

"      Richard  Hurd's  Co.,  to  defend  the  Western  Union 

"      Eli  Brownson's  Co.,  Dec.  16-19 

"      John  Patterson's  Co.,  Dec.  16-19     . 

'•      Lemuel  Bradley's  Co.,  Dec.  16-19 

"      Thomas  Barney's  Co.,  Dec.  17-20  . 

"      Jacob  Hines'  Co.,  Arlington,  Dec. 

"      Elijah  Galusha's  Co.  (part),  Arlington,  Dec 
Col.  Ebenezer  Walbridge's  Staff,  Dec. 
Capt.  George  Sexton's  Co.,  Aug.- Dec. 

"      Jotham  White's  Co.,  July-Dec. 
Scout  from  Moretown  under  Major  Barron 
Scouting  under  Capt.  Jacob  Hall 


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Scouting  by  Lieutenants  A.  Fowler,   B.  Towl  and  Sergt.  Z 
Lovewell         ........ 

Lieutenant- Colonel  Ebenezer  Walbridge's  Staff,  May- Nov. 
Capt.  James  Blakeslee's  Co.,  July- Dec.     . 

"      William  Dyre's  Co.,  at  Skeensboro',  July- Dec. 

"      James  Brookins'  Co.,  July-Dec. 

"      William  Hutchins'  Co.,  July-Dec. 

'■      Josiah  Fish's  Co.,  July  i-Dec. 

"      Daniel  Comstock's  Co.,  July  i-Dec. 

"      John  Pratt's  Co.,  June-Nov.     . 

"      John  Stark's  Co.,  July  i-Dec.  . 

"      Joshua  Babcock's  Co.,  May-Dec.    . 

"      James  Marston's  Co.,  1780,  1781     . 

"      Abraham  Salisbury's  Co.,  1781 

"      Ichabod  Robinson's  Co.,  1781 
Col.  Gideon  Warren's  Staff       .... 


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Capt.  Silas  Goodrich's  Co.,  Jan.,  an  Alarm  after  Tories         .  588 

Lieut.  Ward  Bayley's  Co.,  defence  of   Upper  Coos,  Mar. -Dec.  589 

Capt.  Beriah  Green's  Co.,  Nov.  1781-Apr.  1782        .         ,         .  590 

"      Israel  Hurlbut's  Co. 592 

"      William  Hutchins'  Co.,  Forts  at  Castleton  and  Pittsford, 

Nov.  1 78 1 -May  1782 593 

"      Lemuel  Bradley's  Co.,  going  after  Tories,  May  i     .         .  595 

"      Zadock  Everest's  Co.,  May       ......  596 

"      Enoch  Eastman's  Co.,  Rupert,  May  i     .         .         .         .  597 

"      Thomas  Barney's  Co.,  after  Tories,  May         .         .         .  599 

"      Eli  Brownson's  Co.,  after  Tories,  May     ....  600 

"      Elijah  Galusha's  Co.,  May      ......  602 

''      Bigelow  Lawrence's  Co.,  in  W^indham  County,  Sept.      .  603 

"      Hezekiah  Armstrong's  Co.,  in  Windham  County,  Sept.  604 

Col.  Ebenezer  Walbridge's  Staff,  in  Windham  County      .         .  605 

Capt.  Joseph  Safford's  Co.,  in  Windham  County,  Sept.     .  606-607 

"      William  Simonds'  Co.,  in  Windham  County         .         .  60S 

Officers  in  Capt.  Eben.  Wood's  Co.,  in  Windham  County        .  609 

Capt.  Josiah  Fish's   Co.,  in  Windham  County         .         .         .  609 

"      Shadrach  Phelps'  Co.  at  White  Creek,  Oct.  1781           .  612 

Men  of  Sharon  and   Royalton  under  Capt.  B.  Green  at  Fort 

Fortitude,  Oct 613 

Lieut.  David  Powers'  pay  roll,  April-Oct 613 

Capt^  James  Brookins' Co.,  add'l,  July-Dec 614 

Lieut  Ward  Eager's  Co.,  to  Brattleboro',  Dec.         .         .        ..  615 

Capt.  Isaac  Wheeler's  Co.,  Dec 616 

"      Jason  Duncan's  Co.,  Dummerston  to  Brattleboro', Dec.  617,  619 


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Col.  John  Sergeants'  Staff,  Dec. 
Capt.  Nathaniel  Smith's  Co.     . 
"      John  Gray's  Co. 


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Col.  Seth  Warner's  Regiment  (Vermonters)  final  adjustment 

ofaccts 623 

Capt.  Thomas  Barney  and  Volunteers,  March         .         .         .  626 

"      Frye  Bayley's  Co.,  Newbury,  May,  1781-1783         .         .  627 
"      Benjamin    Whitney's  Co.  in  Windham  County,  Oct. 

1783-Mar.  1784 629 

."      Jacob  Odel's  Co.,  taking  Tories  on  Rupert  Mtn.,  April  .  631 
From  the  Henry  Stevens  Papers  and  Others  in  Posses- 
sion of  the  State  of  New  York  .        .        .         632-661 

Bennington  Militia,  First  Co.,  Oct.,  1764         ....  632 

Capt.  Elijah  Dewey's  Co.,  Bennington,  Warning,  Oct.  1775    .  633 

"           "            "           "     at  Mt.  Independence,  1776       .         .  634 

"           "            "        Men— Receipts,  May,  1777     .         .         .  635 

"      Gideon  Brownson's  Co.  at  Montreal,  Feb.  1776      .         .  635 
"      Gideon  Brownson's  Co.  before  Quebec,   Muster  Roll, 

May,  1776 636 

"  .   Gideon  Brownson's  Co.,  Monthly  Return        .         .         .  638 

"      Joseph  Hatch's  Co.,  Sept.  1776 639 

"             "           "     Enlistment  Roll,  August,  1776        .  640 

A  Return  of  Men  Enlisted  by  Elkanah  Day,  Aug.  1776     .         .  641 

Pay  Roll  of  Capts.  Sam'  Payne,  Sam'  Ashley  and  Abel  Cur- 

tis's  Cos.,  under  command  of  Major  John  Wheelock 

in  service  of  N.  Y.  State,   1777         ....  642 

Request  for  Certificates  of  Discharge,  Kingston,  Sept.  1777     .  644 

Scouts  at  Pittsfofd,  Oct.  1777 644 

Capt.  Samuel  Paine's  Muster  Roll,  1777         ....  647 

"      Samuel  Ashley's  Co.,  under  Major  John  Wheelock         .  649 

"      Nehemiah  Lovewell's  Co.,  Muster  Roll,  1780        .         .  651 
Muster  Roll  of  Capt.  Elisha    Babcock's  Co.,   near   Quebec, 

Feb.  1776 653 

"  "     of  Capt.  Robert  Cochran's  Co.,  near  Quebec,  Feb. 

1776      •         • ^55 

"  "     of  Capt.  Charles  Nelson's  Co.,  near  Quebec,  Feb. 

1776     '.         .         . 657 

"  "     of  Lieut.  Pixley's  Co.  (in  the  same  detachment 

as  above) 659 

Vermont  Men  in  N.  H.  Regiments  at  Bunker  Hill,  June  17,  1775  661 

"      "  Col.  Bedel's  (N.  H.)  Regiment,  1775      .         .  662 

"        Soldiers  who  served  in  N.  H.  Regiments    .         .         .  663 

Additional  Payment  because  of  Depreciation  of  Money       666-681 


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Col.  Seth  Warner's  Regiment,  Add'l  Pay         ....  668 
Capt.  Thomas  Lee's  Co.,  Add'l  Pay         .....  673 
Major  Gideon  Brownson's  Depreciation  Money,  Act  of  As- 
sembly             676 

Col.  Thomas  Lee  authorized  to  receive  Depreciation  Money  .  678 
Accounts  and  Other  Papers  from  the  Pay  Table  Office  682-770 
Col.  Gideon  Warren's  Pay  order  on  acct.  of  wound  rec'd  at 

Ticonderoga,  May,  1775 682 

Lieut.  John  Fasset,  Jr.'s  Acct.  for  service  in  1775      .         .         .  682 

Capt.  William  Fitch's  Acct.  for  service  in  1775        .         .         .  683 

Samuel  Torry's  Certificate  for  service  in   1775         .         ,         .  683 

Capt.  Jonathan  Fassett's  Acct.,  for  service  in  1776  .         .         .  684 

"      Michael  Vail's  Acct.  for  service  in   1775         .         .         .  685 
Accounts  of  Capt.  John  Fasset,  Matthew  Lyon  and  others, 

1776,  1777 686 

Receipts  of  Soldiers  on  (Col.)  Ethan  Allen's  Pay  Roll,  1777     .  687 

Capt.  Ebenezer  Wood's  Acct.  for  bounty  money,  &c.  .  .  688 
Petition  of  Capt.   Bayley    and  Lieut.  Lovewell ;  service  in 

Dec.  1777 688 

Pay  of  Lieut.  Abner  Blanchard,  for  services  in  1777,  1778         .  689 

Petition  of  Lieut.  John  Powell,  prisoner  at  Quebec,  1777,  1778  689 

Account  for  watching  suspected  persons,  i777'(?)      .         .         .  690 

Returns  of  the  Guards  over  Major  Amasa  Wright,  1778             .  691 

Justus  Webster  wounded  at  Shelburne,  March,  1778         .         .  692 

Zadock  Wright  of  Hartland  under  Guard,  1778         .         .         .  693 

Capt.  Jesse  Sawyer  searching  for  Tories    .....  693 

"          "           "      guarding  Asa  Baldwin  to  Bennington         .  694 

"      Isaac  Clark's  bounty  money     ......  694 

Petition  of  Moses  Evans,  taken  prisoner  Oct.  5,  1777        .         .  694 

Lt.  Col.  Ebenezer  Walbridge's  Acct.,  1778-1780         .         .         .  696 

Capt.  Samuel  Paine's  Acct.  for  services,  1778    ....  696 

Committee  on  Pay  Rolls,  1778 696 

I^ieut.  Nathan  Howland  and  men,  1778     .....  697 

Petition  of  Orsamus  Holmes  of  Springfield,  prisoner  1777 -1778  697 
Returns   of   Scouts  sent   out   by   Capts.    Hazen,   Weld   and 

Marsh,   1778 698,699 

Sergt.  Ephraim  Stevens,  prisoner  in  Canada  May   1779-Oct. 

1781 700 

Two  Deserters  from  Continental  Army,  1779    .         .         .       '  .  700 

Bounty  to  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen  and  Co.,  1779         .         .         .  701 

Lt.  Col.  Stephen  Pearl's  Accts.,  1780         .         .         .         .         .  703 

Scouting  near  Pittsford,  1780  (?) 703 

Cost  of  Fort  Fortitude  in  Bethel,  1780 705 

Labor  on  Fort  Defiance  in   Barnard         .....  705 

Pay  Roll  of  a  Guard  ordered  by  the  Governor,  Aug.,  17S0       .  706 

Chaplain   Ithamar  Hibbard's  Acct.  1780          ....  708 


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Acct.  of  Moses  Robinson,  2d,  O.  M. 

Acct.  of  Surgeon  Lewis  Beebe,  1780 

Col.  Thomas  Lee  at  Castleton,  his  Acct 

Silas  Robinson,  Q.  M.,  his  Acct. 

Acct.  of  Amos  Bicknell,  A.  C.  L,  1780 

Acct.  of  Surgeon  David  Church,  1780 

Return  of  four  Men  in  Capt.  Nath.  Smith's  Co.,  1780 

Lieut.  Ebenezer  Hyde  with  Flag  to  Crown  Point,  1780 

"       Eli  Brownson  with  Flag,  1780 

Scouting  by  John  Gault,  1780 

Acct.  of  Elisha  Clark,  C.  G.  I 

"      "   Eli  Cogsel,  A.  C.  I 

Petition  of  Benjamin  Winchester,  a  sick  soldier 
Resolve  of  Gen.  Assembly  to  pay  Nath.  Martin  of  Moretown 
Prisoner        ....... 

Acct.  of  Benjamin  Wait,  of  the  Board  of  War 
Lt.  Col.  Fletcher's  Acct.  for  service  in  Windham  County 
Daniel  Walker  sent  to  Castleton  under  guard  of  Sergt.  J.  Post 
Two  Soldiers  with  a  Flag,  to  Castleton,  Feb.  1781 
Lt.  Benj.  Everest  with  a  Flag  to  Canada 
Levi  Hill  with  a  Flag  to  Canada     . 

Acct.  of  Lt.  Col.  Joseph  Safford  for  service  in  1780  and  1781 
Col.  Seth  Warner's  Receipts,  etc. 
Scout  from  Norwich  to  Onion  River 
Scouting  in  March  and  April,  1781 
Major  Gideon  Ormsby's  Account 
Jedediah  Blackman,  a  prisoner  16  months 
Capt.  L.   Roberts,  a  prisoner  g   months,  Ens.  James  Hill    6 
months    ........ 

Eli  Freeman,  a  prisoner  11  months    .... 

Six  British  Prisoners  to  Castleton  from  Brattleboro 

Prisoners  under  Guard  to  Castleton  from  Windsor 

British  Prisoners  from  Clarendon  to  Castleton 

Sundry  Accts.  paid  by  Treasurer,  1780,  1781 

Nahum  Powers,  prisoner  in  Aug.  1781;  captive  till  June  22 

1782       ' 

Scouting  done  by  John  Martin,  1779-1781 

Moses  Warren,  prisoner     ...... 

Hugh  McCartey,  prisoner  in  Canada 

Capt.  James  Brookins'  Co.,  1781 — omissions    . 

John  Kent,  prisoner,  1781 

Nath.  Fuller  and  Chris.  Cary,  prisoners  in  Canada 

Thomas  Tolman's  Accounts  as  Paymaster 

Supposed  Deserter  to  Saratoga,  April  1782 

Jonathan  Luce,  prisoner,  Oct.    1781 

Corporal  John  Sergeant,  prisoner,  Oct.  1781 


708 
710 
711 
711 

713 

714 

714 

714 
716 

717 

718 

719 

719 
721 

721 

722 
723 
723 
724 
725 

725 
726 

726 

727 

727 
728 

729 
729 
730 
730 

iz-^ 

732 

736 

736 

739 
740 

741 

743-746 

748 

749 
750 


GENERAL    CONTENTS  XIX 

Benj.  Stevens  and  Eben.  Hopkins,  prisoners,  May,  1779            .  751 

Daniel  Hovey,  prisoner,  Oct.  1781 752 

A  Scout  from  Moretown,  June,  1782 753 

Gen.  Samuel  Fletcher  in  Windham   County,  Sept.  1782           .  754 

Capt.  Beriah  Green  at  Fort  Fortitude,  April-Oct.  1782           .  757 

Zerah  Norton  and  Nathan  Burr,  prisoners,  1781-1782       .         .  760 

Corporal  Thomas  Hunter,  prisoner  Aug.  1 781 -Dec,  1782          .  761 

David  Hicks  of  Brunswick,  prisoner          .         ,         .         .         .  766 

Capt.  Thomas  Butterfield  to  Canada  with  a  Flag   .         .         .  768 

Daniel  Bean,  prisoner ;  impressed  seaman  ?      .         .         .         .  769 
Names  on  Journals  of  General  Assembly  1778-1788    .         771-778 

Officers  appointed  Feb.  1782 774 

Lemuel  Roberts  and  Noel  Porter  specially  commended   .         .  777 
Names  on  the  Records  of  the  Board  of  War          .        .         779-782 

Forts  to  be  built  at  Pittsford  and  Hubbardton         .         .         .  781 
Names  on  Records  of  Council  of  Safety  and  of  Governor 

and  Council      .        .        .        .        .        .         783-789 

Gen.  Stark  presents  Hessian  broadsword  to  Council,  Sept.   1777  783 
Exportation    of    wheat,     com,     &c.,    regulated    by    special 

Committee            .......  785 

Victory  at  Shelburne  and  Retreat  to  New  Haven,  March,  1778  785 

Officers  of  Second  Regiment  of  Militia,  May,  1778         .         .  786 

"       "   Third            "           u          u ^8^ 

Col.  Bedel's  Regiment,  recruited  partly  in  Vt.         .         .         .  788 

Six  tons  of  Lead  and  18,000  Gun  Flints  to  be  contracted  for     .  789 
Papers  on  File  in  Office  of  Secretary  of  State      .      "  .         789-808 

Surgeons'  Accounts 792-794 

Families  at  New  Haven  removed  to  Fort  Ranger,  Dec.  1778     .  794 

Inimical  persons  taken  from  Windsor  to  Bennington,  July,  1778  798 
A  Scout  to  Mt.  Independence,  Oct.    1781,  taken  prisoners,  one 

killed             796 

A  Scout  under  Sergt.  N.  Throop,  from  Windsor  to  Bennington  798 

Zebulon  Lyon's  Co.  on  guard  duty  at  Windsor,  &c.,  Aug.  1777  798 

Lieut.  Abner  Hurd's  Co.,  Nov.  1778 800 

A  detachment  of  Capt.  J.  Galusha's  Co.  at  Bennington,  May, 

1778 , .         .  800 

Capt.  J.  Claghorn's  Co.  on  scouting  and  guard  duty.  May, 

1777 800 

Men  from  Arlington,  Dorset,  Wells  and  Manchester  who  aided 

the  Sheriff   of   Cumberland    County,    May   and 

June,  1779 802 

Pay  Rolls  of  Those  Who   Assisted   the   High   Sheriff  of 

Windham  County  in  Sept.  1782        .        .         804-808 
Pay  Roll  of  Men  from   Bennington  (?)  who  went  to  aid  the 

Sheriff  of  Cumberland  County,  May,  1779    .         .  808 
Petitions  on  file  in  Secretary's  Office    ....         808-809 


XX 


GENERAL    CONTENTS 


Abstract  of  Papers  in  Files   . 
Commissary  Accounts  . 
Extracts  from  "  Proceedings  of 
York."       . 


809-81 1 
811-812 


Prov.  Congress  of  New 


813-822 


Employment  of  Green  Mountain  Boys  advised  by  Pres.  John 
Hancock  of  Continental  Congress,  June,  1775     . 
Etlian  Allen's  List  of  Officers  for  Green  Mountain  Boys         .         814 
Officers  for  the  same  chosen  at  Dorset,  July  27, 1775    .   .         ,         815 
Prov.    Congress   of   N.   Y.    appoints  Seth  Warner  Lt.  Col., 

Sept.  1775  816 

Militia  to  be  raised  in  Cumberland,  Charlotte  and  Gloucester 

Counties 817 

Officers  of  Major  J.  Hoisington's  four  Cos.  of  Rangers     .         .         819 

Muster  Roll  of  Capt.  Benj.  Wait's  Co 819 

"     "       "      John  Strong's   Co 820 

Major  John  Wheelock  and  the  Cos.  to  be  raised  by  him         .         821 
Cumberland  County  Militia,  1775, 1776    ....  822-827 
A  Return  of  Capt.  John  Grant's  Co.  in  Col.  S.  Warner's  Reg- 
iment              827 

A  Weekly  Return  of  Col.  Seth  Warner's  Regiment,  Aug.  1777  828 
Six  Companies  of  Vermont  (?)  Militia,  names  as  found  in  a 

Pay-book  of  the  New  York  forces  for  1780  .  829-831 

Additional  Corps  (Green  Mountain  Boys)         .         .         .  831-833 

Cumberland  County  Militia 833,  834 

The  Cannon  captured  at  Ticonderoga 834 

Capt.  Azariah  Wright's  Co.,  Westminster,  1768  (?)  .  .  835 
The  Westminster  Massacre,  March  13,  1775  ....  835 
Major  Hopkins  and  Party  Surprised,  July,  1779  .  .  .  836 
Officers  of  Green  Mountain   Regiment  as  appointed  by  U.  S. 

Congress 836 

Vermont  "  Committee  of  War  "...".         .         837 

List  of  Commandants 838 

Index  to  Special  Persons  and  Subjects 843 

Some  Events  Grouped  by  Years 844 

Index  of  Towns,  etc.  ........         845 

Index  to  Names  of  Persons 848-927 


REVOLUTIONARY  WAR   ROLLS 


CORRECTIONS  AND  NOTES 

[It  is  proper  to  say  here  that  the  Editor  expected  to  see  the  first  sixteen  pages  a  second  time  be- 
fore they  were  put  to  press. 1 

Page     5,  line  1,  "bounty"  should  be  inserted  before  "blanket." 

8,  line  15  of  table,  for  Hatho.  read  Nath. 

9,  line  9  from  bottom,  for  Wol bridge  read  Walbridge. 

13,  line  8,  date  should  be  1785. 

14,  line  7  from  bottom,  "Filed — Report,"  etc.,  belongs  to  previous  docu- 
ment. 

26,  line  13,  for  Libbens  read  Libbeus. 

33,  line  2  of  table,  for  Ramsey  read  Ranney. 

123,  line  9  from  bottom,  date  1778  aflfects  only  the  next  line. 

124,  add  Note:  One  name  appears  to  have  been  cut  from  this  roll  in 
binding. 

182,  first  line  of  lower  table,  read  Warren. 

298,  Charles  (Parker)  in  heading  is  a  correction  in  Book  of  Rolls  for 
Clarke  (erased) — perhaps  itself  an  error. 

353,  heading  of  table,  read  Gilson'' s. 

356,  heading,  read  Bush''s;  also  in  next  line. 

504,  heading,  Dater^s  should  perhaps  be  Daters''. 

631,  line  13,  1784  is  evidently  a  scribe's  error  for  1783. 

711,  line  17,  Col.  Lee  wrote  Capt.  after  his  signature;  changed  by  some- 
one (in  Roster)  to  "Col." 

833',  Thurston  probably  became  "Thurstininlis"  by  interlining  in  the 
original  roll. 

866,  line  1,  for  Colton  read  Cook. 


For  such  accuracy  as  the  following  pages  may  be  found  to  possess,  a 
good  share  of  the  credit  is  due  to  the  vigilance  of  the  proofreader  in  the  office 
of  the  printers.  G. 


STATE  OF  VERMONT 


ROLLS  OF  THE  MEN 
Engaged  in  the  War  of  the  Revolution 


[The  following  Rolls  are  mostly  copied  from  a  manuscript 
volume  in  the  office  of  the  Adjutant-General,  into  which  the  orig- 
inal rolls  were  transcribed  by  order  of  the  General  Assembly  in 
1843.  These  are  supplemented  by  material  found  in  two  publica- 
tions of  the  State  of  New  York:  "  New  York  in  the  Revolution  as 
Colony  and  State,"  1897;  and  "  Documents  Relating  to  the  Colo- 
nial History  of  the  State  of  New  York,"  Vol.  XV,  being  "State 
Archives,"  Vol.  I,  1887;  and  elsewhere.  Figures  in  brackets  at 
the  beginning  of  a  roll  indicate  the  page  in  the  manuscript  volume 
mentioned  at  v^hich  it  may  be  found. 

Departures  from  present  custom  in  spelling,  punctuation,  and 
use  or  non-use  of  capitals  should  not  be  hastily  charged  to  the  ac- 
count of  the  proof-reader,  an  effort  having  been  made  to  reproduce 
such  peculiarities  of  the  Rolls  as  are  not  manifestly  lapses  or  over- 
sights on  the  part  of  the  writer.  The  origiiial  errors  in  dates,  in 
summation  of  figures,  etc.,  are  also  meant  to  be  preserved.  The 
true  reading  of  some  proper  names  it  has  been  possible  only  to 
guess  at  ] 


2 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[171,  dupl.  180]      \Capt.   Thomas  Johnsoti's  Company  of  Minute  Men'\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  company  of  Minute  Men  in  the  service  of 
the  country  in  the  year  1775,  under  the  command  of  Capt.  Thomas 
Johnson. 


Names  and  Rank 


Days  in 
service 

Pay  per 

day 
[month?" 

Total 

20 

^12. 

6.13.  4 

20 

8. 

4.  5.  0 

20 

8. 

4.  5.  0 

20 

2.8 

1.11.10 

10 

2.8 

]5.11 

20 

2.8 

1.11.10 

20 

2.8 

1.11.10 

20 

2.8 

1.11.10 

12 

2. 

16. 

8 

2. 

10.  8 

8 

2. 

10.  8 

15 

2. 

1. 

15 

2. 

1. 

15 

2. 

1. 

15 

2. 

1. 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

12 

2. 

16. 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

12 

2. 

16. 

12 

2. 

16. 

8 

2. 

10.  8 

20 

2. 

1.  6.  8 

20 

2. 

1.  6.  8 

6 

2. 

8. 

21 

2. 

1.  8. 

20 

2. 

1.  6.  8 

15 

2. 

1. 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

12 

2. 

16. 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

8 

2. 

10.  8 

15 

2. 

1. 

20 

2. 

1.  6.  8 

12 

2. 

16. 

Thomas  Johnson,  Capt. 
Simeon  Stephens,  Lt. 
Jo^  Chamberlin,  2"*^  Lt. 
Thomas  Hibbard,  Clerk 
Elihu  Johnson,  Serg* 
Abie!  Chamberlin,  Do. 
Joseph  Wilson,  Do. 
Josiah  Page,  Do. 

John  Baird 
Timothy  Sargent 
James  Mills 
Sylvanus  Heath 
Jacob  Bayley  Junior 
James  Bayley 
Joshua  Bayley 
Er  Chamberlin 
Nath'  Chamberlin 
Asher  Chamberlin 
Moses  Chamberlin 
Silas  Chamberlin 
Richard  Chamberlin  Jr. 
Samuel  Eaton 
Jacob  Fowler 
Jacob  Gates 
Samuel  Hadley 
Daniel  Hall 
W°^  Johnson 
Moses  Kelly 
John  Menat 
Benj.  Rollins 
Moses  Stevens 
Levi  Sylvester  Jr. 
Ward  Thurston 
Samuel  Webster 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


Names  and  Rank 

Days  in 
service 

Pay  per 

day 
[month?" 

Total 

Zacheus  Lovevvell 

10 

£2. 

13.   4 

Jonathan  Hadley 

6 

2. 

8. 

Nath'   Merrill 

25 

2. 

1.13.  4 

Reraem'=®  Chamberlin 

24 

2. 

1.12. 

Abner  Fowler 

30 

2. 

2. 

John  Gideon  Bayley 

20 

2. 

1.  6.   8 

Robert  Johnson 

20 

2. 

1.   6.  8 

John  Hazeltine 

8 

•    2. 

10.  8 

Jonathan  Butterfield 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

Samuel  Barnett  Jr. 

12 

2. 

16. 

Benjamin  Barnett 

12 

2. 

16. 

John  Barnett 

12 

2. 

16. 

John  Brown 

6 

2. 

8. 

Gideon  Smith 

12 

2. 

16. 

Aaron  Osmore 

15 

2. 

1. 

Ephraim  Bayley 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

Ephraim  Webster 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

Asa  Webster 

6 

2. 

8. 

^62.   1.   3 

Newbury  7  June,  1785.  This  certifieth  that  Capt.  Thomas 
Johnson  personally  appeared  and  gave  solemn  oath  to  the  truth 
of  the  within  roll,  errors  excepted,  before  me. 

Jacob  Kent, 

Justice  of  Peace. 

The  within  pay  Roll  is  not  allowed  by  the  Pay  Table,  it  not 
being  included  in  the  resolve  of  Assembly.     The  alterations  made 

in  the  roll  are 

A  captain's  pa)''  per  mo.  ;^     8.  0 

Lt.  Do  5.   8 

Rations  /8 

Test.     Sam^  Bartlett 

In  Gen.  Assembly,  Oct.  23,  1786.  The  aforesaid  pay  roll  is 
referred  to  the  committee  of  Pay  Table  for  adjustment. 

Attest. 

Ro^  Hopkins,  Clk. 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Rutland  Oct.  26,  1786.  The  foregoing  pay 
roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  Tho^  Johnson  Esq.  it  being  sixty-two  pounds  orie  shil- 
ling and  three  pence. 


Lem^    Chipman         ^ 
o^-      V   -D  r  Com. 

iimoy   Brownson  ) 


Treasurer's  Office,  Rutland,  Oct.  26,  1786.  Rec'i  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Tho^  Johnson 

[302]  [CaJ>f.  Oliver  Potters  Company\ 

Rutland,  Oct.  24,  1786.  State  of  Vermont  Dr.  to  Capt.  Oliver 
Potter,  his  officers  and  soldiers  who  served  in  Col.  Seth  Warner's 
Regiment  in  the  year  1775  in  an  expedition  to  Canada. 

To  Capt.  Potter,  for  enlisting  14  men  @  8/  £     5.12.  0 

To  5  weeks  subsistence  at  16/                 '  4.   0.  0 

To  a  blanket  12/  0.12.  0 

To  a  gun  10/  0.10.  0 
To  money  paid   for  transporting  the  baggage  of  the 

company  from  St.  Johns  to  La  Prarie  18/  0.18.  0 
To  Lt.  Ebenezer  Allen  for  enlisting  18  men  @  8/  7.   4.  0 
To  5  weeks  subsistence  @  16/  4.   0.  0 
To  a  blanket  12/  0.12.  0 
To  a  gun  10/  0.10.  0 
To  money  paid  for  transporting  baggage  of  the  com- 
pany from  Longale  to  St.  Johns  12/  0.12.  0 
To  Lt.  James  Claghorn  for  enlisting  10  men  @  8/  4.    0.  0 
To  5  weeks  subsistence  at  16/  4.   0    0 
To  a  blanket  12/                                                        "  0.12.  0 
To  a  gun  10/  0  10.  0 
Abraham  Jackson,  bounty  40/  blanket  12/  gun  10/  3.  2.  0 
Moses  Cooley                 "                     "                "  3.  2.  0 
Caleb  Rice                       "                     "                "  3.  2.  0 
James  Laflin,  bounty,  blanket  &  gun  3.   2.  0 
Wm.  Kinkinbotham               do.  3.  2.  0 
James  Mc.  Night                    do.  3.  2.  0 
Joel  Baldwin                            do.  3.  2.  0 
Silas  Bingham                         do.  3.   2.  0 
Daniel  Adams                         do.  3.   2.  0 
Thos.  Tuttle                             do.     '  3.  2.  0 
Edward  Turner                      do.  3.  2.  0 
Silas  Gerard            '                  do.  3.   2.  0 
Orange  Train                           do.  3.   2.  0 
Lemuel  Chipman                   do.  3.  2.  0 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS  5 

^  3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 
3.  2.  0 

Total  £    163.16.  0 

Pay  Table  Office,  Rutland,  Oct.  24,  1786.  The  within  account 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Eben''  Allen,  or  bearer,  it  beinjij  one  hundred  and  sixty- 
three  pounds  sixteen  shillings  lawful  money. 

Timo.  Brownson  (    ^  ^^-n. 
T       ■,    r-,-  >   Committee 

Leml.  Chipman    \ 

Treasurer's  Office,  Rutland,  Oct.  25,  1786.  Reed,  of  Ira 
Alien,'  Esq,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  one 
hundred  and  sixty-three  pounds  sixteen  shillings. 

Eben'"  Allen. 

^^163.16.  0. 


Ozem  Brewster            blar 

iket  & 

gun 

Saml.  Turner 

do. 

Ethan  Rice 

do. 

Aaron  Adams 

do. 

James  Bampus 

do. 

Asahel  Jackson 

do. 

Hazelton  Spencer 

do. 

Eben""  Washburn 

do. 

Reuben  Marsh 

do. 

Jas.  Randal 

do. 

Thos.  Stafford 

do. 

Amariah  How 

do. 

Rufu  Tift 

do. 

Henry  Green 

do. 

Alex^  Barr 

do. 

Saml.  Darwin  (Dorwin) 

do. 

Amasa  Darwin 

do. 

Joseph  Fuller  (Tul'ler) 

do. 

Eben''  Andrice 

do. 

George  Olds 

do. 

Robert  Havens 

do. 

John  Eaton 

do. 

John  Griffin 

do. 

Daniel  Norton 

do. 

Daniel  Williams 

do. 

Alpheus  Hall 

do. 

John  Betts 

do. 

Micah  Whitney 

do. 

6 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[25] 


State  of  Vermont  to  Thomas  Johnson 


Dr. 


1776. 


March — To  15  daj^s  on  a  scout  from  Coos,  to  St.  Johns  ) 
b}' order  of  Genl.  Bayley  j 

Abiel  Chamberlin  15  days  @  4/ 
Silas  Chamberlin  do 

John  Maclean  " 

Fry  Bayley         8  *' 

Provisions  for  scout 
Expense  at  St.  Johns 


£ 


4 

3. 

3. 

3. 

1.13 
3.  8 
1.10 


10.  0 


£  20.   0 


Pay  Table  Office,  Rutland,  Oct.  26,  1786.     The  within  account 

examined  and   approved   and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay   the 

same  to  Thomas  Johnson,  Esq.  or  bearer,  it  being  twenty  pounds, 

lawful  money. 

Lem.  Chipman      )  ^ 

m-         -D  \  Com®®. 

Tiino.  Brownson  ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  Rutland,  Oct.  26,  1786.     Rec'd  of  the  Treas- 
urer the  contents  of  the  above. 

Thos.  Johnson. 

;^20.0.    0 


[77]  [Roll  of  the  Staff  in  Col.  Moses  Robinson's  Regijjtent'\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  the  Staff  Officers  in  Col.  Moses  Robinson's  Reg- 
iment of  .Militia  in  tlie  alarm  to  Pittsford  commencing  the  27th 
June,  1776. 


Names. 

En- 
tered 

1776 
June  27 

Dis- 
charge 

1776 
July  23 

Days 

27 
27 

Miles 

55 
70 

pay  per 
mile 

If 

No.  Ra- 
tions 

2 
1 

Pay  per 
ration 

8" 
8'! 

Total 

Azel  Washburn,  Surg". 
Saml.  Kobinson,  Adjt. 

9.18.  4 
6.18.  1 

£16.16.  5 

Saml.  Robinson. 

Pay  Table  Office,    Bennington,    18th  March.  1782.     The. above 

account  being  examined    agreeably  to  a  resolve    of  the    General 

Assembly,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same,  being 

sixteen  pounds  sixteen  shillings  and  five  pence  to  Saml.  Robinson 

or  order. 

Nathl.   Brush      |  ^ 
r^n^n   e  T  o^-  u  >  Committee. 

;£^16.16.  5  Isaac  Tichenor  j 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


[355] 


\Capt.  Benjaini7i  Hickok's  Cotnpany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Benjamin  Hickok's  Company  in  the  ser- 
vice of  the  State  of  Vermont,  under  the  command  of  Capt.  Gideon 
Brownson,  June  29,  1776. 


Com- 

Days 

Names 

mence' 
of  pay 

serv- 
ice 

Miles 

Total 

1776 

Capt.  Benj..  Hickok 

July  1 

28 

16 

9.12.0 

Lt.  Abraham  Salisbury 

>•     ( ( 

28 

12 

6.  3.1 

Ensign  Peleg  Sunderland,. 

(C          <( 

28 

5.19.4 

Sergt.  Caleb  Smith 

(1       (( 

28 

28 

2.13.9 

•'      Elisha  Allen 

<'      (i 

28 

21 

2.11.1 

"     James  Westcot 

1  <      >l 

28 

12 

2.  8.9 

"      Isaac  Ashley 

(<      (( 

28 

21 

2.11.9 

Corpl.  Et),en^   Weltou 

( (       (1 

28 

28 

2.13.4 

Andrew  Potter 

(  C          i  I 

28 

12 

2.  1.4 

Benjamin  Whitman 

<1       tt 

28 

12 

2.  1.4 

Obadiah  Edmonds 

t  <       ti 

28 

12 

2.    1.4 

Zebediah  Green 

t(       (1 

28 

12 

2.  1.4 

Jabez  Weaver 

(<      << 

28 

12 

2.  1.4 

David  Place  [?] 

t  (      It 

28 

12 

2.  1.4 

John  Smith 

<<      (< 

28 

12 

2.  1.4 

Charles  Button 

tl         i  c 

28 

12 

2.  1.4 

Jedediah  Jackson 

U          1. 

28 

12 

2.   1.4 

John  Clark 

11        <c 

28 

12 

2.   ].4 

Stephen  Clark 

1  (      11 

28 

12 

2.   1.4 

Jobe  Cole 

((      (( 

28 

28 

2.   6.8 

David  Warren 

II       11 

28 

28 

2.  6.d 

William  Faleigh  (or  Fahigh) 

(1       << 

28 

21 

2.  4.4 

John  Owen 

<(      11 

28 

21 

2.  4.4 

Eli  Cogsel 

11      (1 

28 

16 

2.  2.8 

Daniel  Colver 

"    " 

28 

16 

2.  2.8 

Heber  Griswold 

1(      (1 

28 

16 

2.  2.8 

John  Moulton 

<1     1< 

28 

16 

2.  2.8 

£lh.  6.6 

Benjamin  Hickok. 

March  12,  1783.     Then  the  above  pay  roll  sworn  to  before  me. 

Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,    Sunderland,  March  12.  1783.      The  within 

pay  roll  examined  and   approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 

the  same  to  Capt.  Benjamin    Hickok,    it  being  seventy-five  pounds 

six  shillings  and  six  pence. 

Timo.  Brownson,    )    ^ 

T   u      ci-  r  Committee. 

John  Strong,  \ 


8 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  March  13,  1783.  Reed,  of  Ira 
Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer,  the  contenis  of  the  above  order,  being 
seventy-five  pounds  six  shillings  and  six  pence,  lav/ful  money. 

£16.  6.  6  Benjamin  Hickok. 

[215]  [Capt.  Gideon  Brownsons  Compatiy^ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Gideon  Brownson's  Company  for  the  de- 
fense of  the  frontiers  of  the  New  Hampshire  Grants. 
June  29,  1776. 


Names 

Days 

Per  day 

Miles 

Pr. 
Mile 

Total 

Capt.  Gideon  Brownson 

29 

0.6.8 

50 

4 

10.  0.  0 

Lt.  Jona.  Wright 

28 

4.8 

50 

4 

6.15.   0 

"  Enoch  Eastman 

28 

4.8 

80 

4 

6.   9.   0 

Sergt.  James  Holmes 

27 

1.7 

45 

4 

2.17.   9 

"      Daniel  Comstock 

27 

1.7 

50 

4 

2.19.   5 

"     Ebene.  Wilson 

27 

1.7 

30 

4 

2.12.  9 

Corpl.  Abner  Chaffee 

27 

1  5 

40 

4 

2,12.  8 

"      John  Hathaway 

27 

1.5 

bO 

4 

2.   9.  4 

"      Saml.  Bradley 

27 

1.0 

50 

4 

3.15.   2 

Isaac  Underhill 

27 

1.4 

40 

4 

2.   9.   4 

Danl.  Kent 

27 

1.4 

40 

4 

2.   9.   4 

Jas.  Armstrong 

27 

1.4 

40 

4 

2.   9.  4 

John  Roberts 

27 

1.4 

45 

4 

2.11.   0 

Haynes  Bement 

27 

1.4 

45 

4 

2.11.   0 

Hatho.  Newton 

27 

1.4 

45 

4 

2.11.   0 

Charles  Bally 

27 

1.4 

45 

4 

2.11.  0 

Israel  Murren 

27 

1.4 

58 

4 

2.13.   2 

Jona.  Hoit 

27 

1.4 

50 

4 

2.12.  0 

Nathan  Brundridge 

27 

1.4 

50 

4 

2.12.  0 

Jos.  Averel 

27 

1.4 

50 

4 

2.12.  0 

Eber  Murray 

'27 

1.4 

50 

4 

2.12.  0 

Reuben  Park 

27 

1.4 

50 

4 

2.12.  0 

Daniel  Purdy 

27 

1.4 

48 

4 

2.12.  0 

Matthew  Randall 

26 

1.4 

80 

4 

2,   4.   6 

Richard  Latten 

2(i 

1.4 

30 

4 

2.   4.   6 

Const.  Viall 

26 

1.4 

80 

4 

2.   4.   6 

Isaac  Colvin 

26 

1  4 

30 

4 

2.   4.   6 

George  Gage 

26 

1.4 

80 

4 

2.   4.   (? 

Levi  Shearman 

26 

1.4 

30 

4 

2.   4.   6 

Jabish  Olmstead 

22 

1.4 

30 

4 

2.   4.   6 

Hezekiah  Scott 

26 

1.4 

30 

4 

2.   4.   6 

Paul  Nelson 

26 

1.4 

30 

4 

2.   4.   6 

Alpheus  Harmon 

26 

1.4 

30 

4 

2.   4.   8 

Zepheniah  Sexton 

27 

1.4 

45 

4 

2.11.   0 

Prince  Soper 

27 

1.4 

45 

4 

2..1.   0 

John  Lowbary 

27 

1.4 

45 

4 

2.11.  0 

Amos  Brownson 

27 

1.4 

50 

4 

2.12.  0 

^108.  9.  3 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


Pay  Table  Office,  April  18,  1782.  The  withiu  pay  roll  exam- 
ined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same, 
being  one  hundred  and  eight  pounds,  nine  shillings  and  three 
pence  to  Capt.  Gideon  Brownson  or  order 

Timo.  Brownson  |  ^ 

;^108.9.3  Nathl.  Brush        [Committee. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Feb.  10,  1783.  Reed,  of  Ira 
Allen  Esq.,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  one 
hundred  and  eight  pounds  nine  shillings  three  pence,  lawful 
money. 

^108.9.3  .  Gideon  Brownson,  Capt. 

[273]  A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Scout  from  Moretown^  Oct.  1776. 

Ebenezer  Martin,  Capt.        9  daj^s      6.8  per  day      80  miles  @  4d  4.  6.  8 

Nathl.  White,  Lieut.  "    "         4.3     "     "        80     "       "    "  3.4.4 


£i.n. 


y  Committee. 


Test.  Eben.  Martin,  Capt. 

John  Barron,  Major. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Rutland,  Oct.  29,  1784.  The  within  roll  being 
examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  will  pay  the  contents  of  the 
same  to  Maj.  John  Barron  for  said  Scout,  being  the  sum  of  seven 
pounds  eleven  shillings  and  seven  pence,  lawful  money. 

Timo.   Brownson 
Thos.  Tolman 

Rutland,  Oct.  29,  1784.  Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents 
of  the  above  order. 

^  John  Barron. 

£  7.11.  7 

\^Capt.  Elijah  Dewey  s  Company^ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Elijah  Dewey's  Company  in  Col.  Moses 
Robinson's  Regiment  of  the  Militia  in  the  service  of  the  United 
States  ot  America  Mount  Independence  [October]  1776. 

Elijah  Dewey,  Capt.  '                  [Privates] 

Ebenezer  Wolbridge,  1^*  Lieut.  Samuel  Cutter 

Thomas  Jewett,  2^  Lieut.  Ezekiel  Harman 

Nathaniel  Fillinore,  Ensign.  Joseph  Wickwire 

Joseph  Rudd,  Sergeant  Daniel  Kinsley 

Daniel  Harman,      "  Jonathan  Parsons 

John  Fay,                  "  Andrew  Weaver 

John  Smith,   Corporal  Abner  Marble 

Jedediah  Merrill,    "  Phineas  Scott 

Thomas  Story,         "  Aaron  Haynes, 


10 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Silas  Harman 
Joseph  Robinson 
Ezekiel  Smith 
Seth  Porter 
David  Powers 
Hopestill  Armstrong 


Joseph  Willoughb}'' 
Samuel  Hunt 
Joshua  Carpenter 
Othniel  Green 
Philip  Matteson 
Roswel  Moseley 


[The  above  roll,  taken  from  Hon.  Hiland  Hall's  History  of 
Bennington  (Vt.  Hist.  Mag.  I.  153),  was  found  among  Capt.  Dewey's 
papers] 


[233] 


\Capt.  Ehenezer  Allen  s  Coi7ipany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Ebenezer  Allen's  Company  in  Capt. 
Gideon  Bronson's  Detachment,  raised  for  the  immediate  defense  of 
the  frontiers  of  this  state  in  the  year  1776,  by  order  of  convention. 


Names 


Capt.  Ebene.  Allen 
Lt.  Ethau  Pierce 
Sergt.  James  Adams 
Lemuel  Chipman 
Daniel  Adams 
Aaron  Adams 
Samuel  Rice 
Joel  Baldwin 
Abel  Turner 
Abner  Patridge 
Luther  Fillmore 
Eliphaa  Brewster 
Eber  Rice 


Entered 


June  29 
July  3 


(t 
1  < 


Dis- 
charged 


July  29 


Ra- 

Price 

tions 

Ra- 

due 

tions 

66 

8 

36 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

6 

8 

Days 


30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 


P^     I 
Month 


Total 


0.0 
10.0 
8.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


10 
6 
2 


4.0 

12.6 

5.5 

18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 


£  38.  7.7 


Ebene.  Allen 

State  of  Vermont,  Bennington,  Feb.  25,  1782.  Personally  ap- 
pears Capt.  Ebene.  Allen  and  makes  solemn  oath  that  the  within 
pay  roll  is  made  without  fraud  to  the  public  or  injustice  to  any  in- 
dividual, and  that  he  has  not  received  any  pay  from  the  United 
States  for  said  service. 

Isaac  Tichenor,  Justice  of  Peace 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington.  Feb.  25,  1782.  The  within  ac- 
count being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  to 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


11 


Capt.  Ebene.  Allen  or  order,  the  sum  of  thirty-eight  pounds  seven 

shillings  and  seven  pence. 

Isaac  Tichenor  /  ^ 

Nathl.  Brush       \  Committee. 

Treasurer's  Office,  June  26,  1782.  Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the 
contents  of  the  above  order. 

Ebene.  Allen,  Capt. 

[175]  [C«//.  Thomas  /ohnsojis  Company  of  Minute  Men\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  .Thomas  Johnson's  Company  of  Minute 
men  in  Newbury  for  the  year  1776,  under  the  command  of  Peter 
Olcott  for  scouting  and  guarding  said  year. 


Names 

Days 

Pay  per 
month 

Total 

Thomas  Johnson.  Capt. 

31 

8.   0.   0 

8.   5.   4 

vSimeon  Stevens.  Lt. 

31 

5.   8.   0 

5.11.   8 

Joseph  Chamberlin,  2^^  Lt. 

31 

5.   8. 

5  11.   8 

Thomas  Hibbard,  Clerk 

6 

2.   8. 

9.   6 

Elihu  Johnson,  Serg* 

16 

2.   8. 

1.   5.   7 

Abiel  Chamberlin 

65 

2.   8. 

5.   4.11 

Joseph  Wilson 

16 

2.   8. 

1.   5.   7 

Josiah  Page 
John  Baird 
Timothy  Sargent 
James  Mills 

14 
6 

14 
6 

2.   8. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

1.   3.   5 
8. 
18.  8 
8. 

Sylvanus  Heath 

22 

2. 

1.  9.  4 

Jacob  Bayley  Jr 
James  Bayley 
Joshua  Bayley 
Err  Chamberlin 

21 

21 
21 

18 

2. 
2. 
2. 

2. 

1.   8. 
1.  8. 
1.   8. 
1.   4. 

Nath'  Chamberlin 

16 

2. 

1    1.   4 

Asher  Chamberlin 

25 

2. 

1.13.   4 

Moses  Chamberlin 

6 

2. 

8. 

Silas  Chamberlin 

63 

2. 

4.  4. 

Richard  Chamberlin  Jr 

6 

2. 

8. 

Sam'  Eaton 

6 

2. 

8. 

Jacob  Fowler 

6 

2. 

8. 

Jacob  Gates 

6 

2. 

8. 

Sam'  Hadley 

6 

2. 

8. 

Daniel  Hall 

6 

9 

8. 

12 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Days 

Pay  per 
month 

Total 

William  Johnson 

16 

2. 

1.   1.  4 

Moses  Kelly 

16 

2. 

1.   1.   4 

Amos  Kimball 

6 

2 

8. 

Nehemiah  Lovewell 

6 

2. 

8. 

Henry  Lovewell 

6 

2. 

8. 

John  Merritt 

6 

2. 

8. 

Benjamin  Rollins 

6 

2. 

8 

John  Kennady 

8 

2. 

10.  8 

Moses  Stevens 

14 

2. 

18.   8 

Levi  Sylvester 

6 

2. 

8. 

Ward  Thurston 

6 

2. 

8. 

Sam^  Webster 

6 

2. 

8 

Nathi  Merrill 

16 

2. 

L    1.   4 

Remembrance  Chamberlin 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Abner  Fowler 

6 

2. 

■S. 

John  Gideon  Bayley 

18 

2. 

1.   4. 

Robert  Johnson 

31 

2. 

2.   1.   4 

Jon^  Butterfield 

16 

2. 

1.   1.   4 

John  Haseltine 

14 

2. 

18.   8 

vSamuel  Barn  ate 

6 

2. 

8. 

Benjamin  Barnate 

18 

2. 

1.   4. 

John  Barnate 

18 

2. 

1.   4. 

John  Brown 

12 

2. 

16. 

Gideon  Smith 

17 

2. 

1.   2.   8 

Aaron  Osmore 

21 

2. 

1.   8. 

Ephraim  Bayley 

16 

2. 

1.   1.   4 

Ephraim  Webster 

16 

2. 

1.   1.   4 

Fry  Bagley 

18 

2. 

1.   4. 

Ephraim  Lacy 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Neh.  Lovewell,  Senior 

18 

2. 

1.   4. 

Henry  Lovewell 

21 

2. 

1.   8. 

William  Wallace 

16 

2. 

1.   1.  4 

£lh    3.   3 

Thomas  Johnson,  Capt. 

Newbury,  7^'^  June,  1785.  This  certifieth  that  then  Capt.  Thomas 
Johnson  personally  appeared  and  gave  solemn  oath  to  the  truth  of 
the  within  roll,  errors  excepted,  before  me. 

Jacob  Kent,  Justice  of  Peace. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


13 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  July  9,  1785.     The  within  Pay 

Roll  is  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 

pay  the  same,  amounting  to  the  sum  of  seventy-five  pounds  three 

shillings  and  three  pence,  lawful  money,  to  Capt,  Thomas  Johnson 

(or  bearer.) 

Sam'  Bartlit,       )  ^ 

a>  _o  T>  y  Committee. 

Tim°  Brownson  j 

Sunderland,   July  9,  1795.      ReC^  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,   the 
contents  of  this  order. 

John  G.  Bayley, 

;^75.  3.  3. 


[504,  see  next  roll]      [CaJ>^  Thomas  Lee's  Company  of  Ranger s'\ 

Return  of  Capt.  Thomas  Lee's  Independent  Company  of  Ran- 
gers in  the  service  of  the  United  Stales  of  America,  annexed  to 
Col.  Warners  Regiment, 


Commissioned  Officers,  Non-com- 
missioned Officers  and  Privates. 

When  enlisted 

Term 

Towns 

State 

Thomas  Lee,  Capt. 

Dec  9, 1776 

Rutland 

New  Hamshire 

Isaac  Martin  1st  Lieut. 

do 

do 

Grants— alias 

John  Mott       2d 

do 

Neshobe 

Vermont 

Ephraim  Loomis  Sergt. 

Feby  15,  1777 

3  years 

Rutland 

do 

James  Ewings 

Dec.  19, 1776 

do 

Pittsford 

do 

Briton  Simmonds     " 

do 

do 

do 

do 

JohnMcKobert        " 

Jany  1.1778 

2  years 

Springfield 

do 

Joseph  Williams,  Corpl 

Dec.  28, 1776  si 

3  years 

Clarendon 

do 

John  May 

'•     19    '• 

do 

Pittsford 

do 

Gideon  Oooley          " 

March  8, 1777 

do 

do 

do 

John  Smith 

Dec.  28,  1776 

do 

Clarendon 

do 

Ashel  Lewis  Fifer 

Feby  1,1777 

do 

do 

do 

Peleg  Eady  Drum'. 

Dec.  28, 1776 

do 

do 

do 

Benjamin  Andrus,    private 

"     21    " 

do 

Pittsford 

do 

Alexander  Barr 

"     19    " 

do 

Rutland 

do 

Lymos  I^onatt               " 

April  16, 1777 

do 

Springfield 

do 

John  Boyenton             " 

Dec.  19, 1776 

do 

Pittsford 

do 

Clement  Clark.              " 

"     do 

do 

Kutland 

do 

Benjamin  Gleson 

April  10,  1777 

do     ■ 

Shoreham 

do 

Elijah  Goodwine           " 

..       ji     .. 

do 

Poultney 

do 

John  Hastens                " 

March  15   " 

do 

New  Haven 

do 

Moses  Johnson             " 

Dec.  27.  1776 

do 

Clarendon 

do 

Philemon  Johnson 

April  10,  1777 

do 

Tinmouth 

do 

Thomas  Latham   —      "    ' 

Dec.  19, 1776 

do 

Rutland 

do 

Joseph  Moore                " 

do 

do 

Dorset 

(Jo  Jon.  30,  1779 
deserted 

Gershom  Olds 

March  9,  1777 

do 

Rutland 

do 

Reuben  Post                  " 

Dec.  18. 1776 

do 

do 

do 

Jonathan  Partridge     " 

"     14     •• 

do 

Neshobe 

do 

Moses  Powers                " 

do 

do 

Clarendon 

do 

Thomas  Stafford 

"     28     " 

do 

do 

do 

Curtis  Smith 

Feby  15, 1777 

do 

Rutland 

do 

Chandler  Tuttle 

"       2    " 

do 

Neshobe 

do 

Saml.  Wis  well 

Dec.  28, 1776 

do 

Sudbury 

do 

Nathl.  Marsh 

"     19     " 

do 

Pittsford 

""          March  1779 

Thomas  Wheeler 

"     12      " 

do 

Harwick 

do 

John  Hodgon                " 

Jany  1,1777 

do 

Rutland 

do 

Michael  Coffin 

Feby 2    " 

do 

Cavendish 

do 

Attest,   Thomas  Lee,  Capt. 


14:  STATE    OF    VERMONT 

Windsor  12th  Feby  )      To  the  Honorable  General  Assembly  now 
1781  )  sitting  in  this  place. 

We  your  Committee  appointed  to  examine  the  circiimslances 
of  the  within  Muster-roll  relative  to  the  time  of  the  enlistment  and 
discharge  of  those  men  therein  contained, — beg  leave  to  report 
that  upon  our  most  critical  examination  we  find  that  the  whole  of 
those  officers  and  soldiers  that  are  set  in  said  Roll  have  served  in 
the  service  of  the  United  States  for  the  space  of  about  three  years 
according  to  the  within  representation;  excepting  those  whose 
names  are  hereafter  mentioned,  and  that  those  persons  last  men- 
tioned were  hired  "by  the  former  by  whom  they  were  succeeded 
upon  the  encouragement  that  they  should  take  the  benefit  of  what- 
ever might  hereafter  be  recovered  on  account  of  the  depreciation 
of  money  or  otherwise. 

Lieut.  Able  Wright  exchanged  for  Lieut.  John  Mott  March  1,  1778. 

Hannaniah  Brooks  exchanged  for  Limas  Bonatt  December  1,  1778 

Archippus  Blodgett  exd.        for  Philo.  Johnson  Dec"".  1,  1778. 

David  Earl  exd.        for  John  Hastings  "  " 

Asa  Hale  exd.        for  Elijah  Goodwin  "  " 

Ebenezer  Humingston        exd.        for  Curtis  Smith  "  " 

Isaac  Harris  exd.        for  Chandler  Tuttle  "  " 

It  is  therefore  the  opinion  of  your  Committee  that  the  Assem- 
bly recommend  to  the  Committee  of  Pay  Table  to  pay  such  sums 
or  considerations  as  said  Assembly  shall  in  their  wisdom  think 
proper  to  grant,  (if  anything)  to  such  persons  as  shall  make  it 
evidently  appear  to  said  Committee  that  they  are  the  persons  that 
have  a  right  to  said  grant. 

Joseph  Bowker 
John  Strong 
Eben'^  Drury 

Tn  General  Assembly  Feby  14,  1781 
The  above  report  was  read  and  accepted. 

Attest  Ros^  Hopkins  Clerk. 
(Reconsidered) 

(Filed — Report  on  Capt  Lee's  petition — accepted — see  page  327) 
[507,  see  last  roll]      [C<2//.   Thomas  Lee's  Independent  Company\ 

A  List  of  the  Officers  and  Soldiers  of  Capt.  Thomas  Lee's  Inde- 
pendent Company,  to  wit,  that  part  of  said  Company  who  have 
been  returned  as  belonging  to  this  State, — together  with  the  de- 
preciation of  their  pay  respectively,  agreeable  to  act  of  Assembly, 
with  the  deductions  therefrom,  as  appears  to  have  been  received 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


15 


by  receipts  and  otherwise,  and  the  balance  remaining  due  to  each — 
being  an  Abstract  from  a  List  of  the  Committee's  calculation  and 
adjustments  thereof. 


Deductions  for 

Depreciation 

moneys  received 

Names 

in  full— found 

towards  sd.  de- 

Balance remaining 

- 

due  to  each 

preciation- as  ap- 

due to  each 

pears  by  rcepts 

£    S. 

D. 

£    S.  D. 

jC    s.  D. 

Tliomas  Lee  Capt. 

148.14. 

0 

21.  0.  0 

127.14.   0 

Isaac  Martin  Lieut 

100.   7. 

G 

21.  0.  0 

79.   7.   6 

Abel  Wright     do 

8.16. 

4 

12.  0.  0 

0.   0.   0 

John  Mott         do 

92.   1. 

2 

21.  0.  0 

71.   1.   2 

Nathl.  Marsh    Sergt 

22.18. 

4 

6.  0.  0 

16.18.  4:Decd 

Eph'°  Loomis       do 

44.12. 

3 

15.  0.  0 

29.12.   3 

Jabez  Olmstead  do 

22.14. 

4 

6.  0.  0 

16.14.  4 

James  Evins        do 

21.   1. 

1 

15.  0.  0 

6.   1.   1 

John  McRoberth  Corpl. 

35.12. 

6 

15.   0.   0 

20.12.   6 

Britton  Simmons    do 

37.   3. 

6 

15.  0.   0 

22.   3.   6 

John  Smith               do 

37.  3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.   3.   6 

Gideon  Cooley         do 

37.   8- 

6 

15.  0.  0 

22.   3.   6 

Peleg  Eddy  Drum"-. 

37.  3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.  3.  6 

Ashel  Lewis  Fifer 

37.   3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.  3.  6 

Benja.  Andrews  private 

37.  3. 

6 

15.  0.  0 

22.  3.  6 

Alexander  Barr        " 

37.  3. 

6 

15.  0.  0 

22.  3.  6 

Lymus  Bonatt          " 

37.  3. 

6 

15.  0.  0 

22.  3.  6 

John  Byonton          " 

37.  3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.   3.   GDecd 

Clemen  Clark 

37.  3. 

fi 

15.  0.  0 

22.   3     6 

Benja.  Gleson 

37.  3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.  3.  6 

Asa  Hall 

14.  2. 

8 

15.  0.  0 

0.  0.  0 

Elijah  Goodwin 

■  23.  8. 

0 

32.  8.  8 

0.  0.  0 

Curtis  Smith 

37.   3. 

6 

15.   0.  0 

22.   3.   6 

John  Hastins 

37.   3. 

6 

15.  0.   0 

22.   3.   6Decd 

Moses  Johnson 

37.   3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.   3.   6Dec<i 

Joseph  Williams 

37.   3. 

6 

15.  0.  0 

22.   3.   6 

John  Mays 

37.   3. 

6 

22.   0.   0 

15.   3.   6 

Thomas  Latham 

37.   3. 

6 

15.  0.  0 

22.  3.  6Decd 

Gershom  Olds 

37.  3. 

6 

15.  0.  0 

22.  3.  6 

Reuben  Post 

37.  3. 

6 

6.  0,  0 

31.  3.  6 

Jona.  Partridge 

37.  3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.  3.  6 

Hannaniah  Brooks.  .  - 

14.   2. 

9 

0.  0.  0 

8.  2.  9 

Moses  Powers. 

23.  8. 

8 

15.  0.  0 

8.  8.  8 

Thomas  Stafford 

37.  3. 

6 

15.  0.  0 

22.  3.  6 

Chandler  Tuttle 

37.  3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.  3.  6 

Saml.  Wiswell 

37.   3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.  3.  6 

Thomas  Wheeler 

35.12. 

6 

14.  0.  0 

21.12.  6 

Archilaus  Blodgett 

14.   2. 

9 

15.  0.  0 

0.  0.  0 

Philemon  Johnson 

23.   0. 

8 

15.  0.  0 

8.  0.  8 

John  Hagdou      Eel''  [?] 

37.   3. 

6 

6.  0.  0 

31.  3.  6 

Michael  Coffin. 

37.  3. 

6 

15.  0.  0 
Total 

22.  3.  6 

;^1069.   1.  3 

16 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  April  25*"^  1783. 

These  certify  that  agreeable  to  an  act  of  the  General  Assembly 
of  this  State  directing-  the  same,  this  Committee  has  adjusted  the 
depreciation  of  the  wages  of  Capt.  Thomas  Lee's  Company  and 
find  the  balance  remaining-  due  to  said  Company  to  be  one  thousand 
and  sixty-nine  pounds,  one  shilling-  and  three  pence,  lawful  money 
as  above. 

£,  1009.   1.   3  Timo.  Brownson 

John  Strong. 

To  Ira  Allen  Treasurer. 


Com 


tee 


[254] 


\Capt.  Daniel  Culver  s  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Daniel  Culver's  Company,  Col.  James 
Meed's  Regt.  of  Militia,  for  their  tours  to  Ticonderoga,  June 
29.  1777. 


Names 

When 
marched 

Days 

Capt.  Daniel  Culver 

June  29 

11 

Lt.  Ephraim  Buell 

"     30 

9 

Sergt.  Reuben  Sailes 

"      28 

.12 

"      Eli  Cogswell 

"      30 

9 

"      Samuel  Culver 

"      29 

11 

"      Caleb  Smith 

"      28 

12 

Corpl.  Joshua  Culver 

"     29 

11 

Caleb  Lewis 

"      29 

11 

Zaccheus  Mallory 

"      28 

12 

John  Ward 

"      29 

11 

Gill  Mallory 

"     29 

11 

Gideon  Searles 

"     28 

12 

Eleazer  Mallory 

"     29 

11 

Matthias  Parker 

"      29 

11 

Ebene.  Welton 

"     29 

6 

Jame  Flumes 

"     28 

12 

Abner  How 

"      29 

6 

John  Griffis 

"     30 

9 

Saml.  Smith 

"     30 

9 

Gershom  Moulton 

"     30 

9 

Daniel  Culver 

"     30 

9 

Isaac  GoBsell 

July    3 

7 

Pr. 

day 


Total 
wages 


Miles 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


.13.4 
.  8.3 
.19.0 
.15.3 
.17.5 
.19.0 
.16.3 
.14.8 
.16.0 
.14.8 
.14  8 
.16.0 
.14.8 
.14.8 
.  8,0 
,16.0 
,  8.0 
,12.0 

12.0 
,12.0 

12.0 
9.4 


45 
30 
45 
30 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
21 
45 
21 
30 
30 
30 
30 
45 


Pr. 

Mile 


4" 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 


Total 
Milages 


15.10 
10.  0 
15.  0 
10.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 
15.  0 

7.  0 
15.   0 

7.  0 
10.  0 
10.  0 
10.  0 
10.  0 
15.   0 


Total 


4.11.2 
1.18.3 
14.0 
5.3 
15.0 
14.0 
11.3 
9.8 


1.11.0 


9.8 
9.8 


1  11.0 


1.  9.8 
1.  9.8 
0.15.0 
1.11.0 
0.15.0 
1.  2.0 
1.  2.0 
1.  2.0 


2.0 
4.4 


£d3A2.7 


A  true  roll. 


Attest, 


Daniel  Culver,  Capt. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Feb.  26,  1784.     The  within  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS  17 

same,  being  thirty-three  pounds  twelve  shillings  and  seven  pence, 

lawful  money,  to  Capt.  Daniel  Culver  or  bearer. 

Saml.  Bartlit         )  ^ 

Timo.   Brownson  [  Committee. 

Treasurer's  Office,   Bennington,   Feb.  26,   1784.     Reed,  of  Ira 
Allen,  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Daniel  Culver,  Capt. 
^33.12  7 


[100]  l^Scoufs  sent  out  from  Springfield^ 

Return  of  Scouts  sent  out  from   Springfield  in  the   State  of 
Vermont  in  the  month  of  July,  1777. 


First  Scout— Simeon  Stevens  Esq.         ^ 


Capt.  Zerathmel  Powers >■  2  days  @  6/ per  day  each  £'\..\Q.O 

Simeon  Spencer  ) 

Second  Do. — Amos  Case  "> 

Orsamus  Holmes  ^  2  days  @  Do  1,16.0 

John  McRoberts  ) 

Third     Do.— Lt.  Jos.  Little  ) 

JohnBisbee  ^  3  days  @,  "  2.14.0 

James  Dumpher  ) 

Fourth  Do.— John  Hall  ) 

Wm  Devener  ^  3  days  @  "  2.14.0 

John  McRoberts  ) 

George  Hall,  Chairm'^  Com^^ 

Windsor,  21^'  March,  1778.     Allowed   by  this  assembl)^  to  be 
paid  out  of  the  Treasury  by  order  of  Assembly. 

Nathan  Clark,  Speaker. 

Reed.  Mar.  25,  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,    nine  pounds,   it 
being  the  contents  of  the  within  account. 

John  Bonett. 


[2] 


18 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[146] 


[^  Detachment  under  Capt.   Nathan  SmitJ{\ 


An  Account  of  a  number  of  men,  in  service  under  command 
of  Capt.    N.    Smith,  sent  by  the  Council   after  Tories  in  August, 

1777. 


Names 

Days 

P''  day 

Total 

Capt.  Nath'^  Smith 

3 

0.18.0 

2.14.0 

Lt.  Eli  Brownson 

3 

0.13.0 

1.19.0 

Solomon  Soper 

3 

0.  9.0 

1.   7.0 

Felix  Powell 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.   7.0 

Felix  Powell,  Jr. 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Samuel  Beeman 

3 

•   0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Philip  Reynolds. 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Dan  Allen 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Enos  Ross. 

3 

0.   9,0 

1.  7.0 

Eb^n'-  Wilson 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.   7.0 

Isaac  Whelpley. 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Martin  Powell 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Solomon  Purdy. 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.   7.0 

Reuben  Purdy 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Zed  Jackson 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.   7.0 

Gilbert  Bradley. 

1) 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Elihu  Allen 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.   7.0 

Amos  Chip.iian 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.   7.0 

Isaac  Wallis 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

Benj.  Griffin 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.   7.0 

Boyce 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.   7.0 

Eleaz-r  Alby 

3 

0.   9.0 

1.  7.0 

^31.13.0 

The  within  account  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treas- 
urer is  directed  to  pay  the  same  which  is  thirty-one  pound  thirteen 
shillings.     Aug.  G,  1778. 

Th-es.  Chittenden. 

Aug  6,  1778.  Reed  of  M.  Lyon,  Asst.  to  Ira  Allen,  Esq., 
Treasurer,  thirty  one  pounds  thirteen  shillings,  L.  M. 

Nathan  Smith,  Capt. 


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19 


[76] 


\_Capt.   William  If ea ton's  Company\ 


Capt.  William  Heaton's  Return  for  his  Company  in  Strafford 
of  all  those  persons  warned  upon  duty  at  the  Strafford  Alarm, 
20th  July,  both  in  assisting  the  people  of  Strafford  in  their  retreat, 
and  in  guarding  prisoners  and  the  country's  cattle,  horses  and 
sheep  &c.  Also  an  account  of  the  number  of  horses  employed  in 
that  service. 


Names. 

No.  of 
Days 

13 

Wages  per 
day 

Horses 

Horses' 

wages 

Total 

W'"  Heaton,  Capt. 

0.  8.  0 

5 

0.10.0 

5.14.  0 

Abner  Chamberlin,  Lt. 

7 

0.  5.  9 

2 

4. 

2.  4.  3 

Timo>  Bartholomew,  Sergt. 

10 

0.  4.  9 

2.  3.  0 

ElihuHosford 

11 

4.  9 

2.  7.  9 

Charles  Chamberlin 

13 

2.18.  6 

Joel  Chamberlin 

7 

1.  4.  6 

3 

6. 

1.17.  6 

The  mas  Divine 

9 

4.  6 

2.  0.  6 

Thomas  Evait 

9 

4.  6 

2.  0.  6 

Solomon  Strong 

8 

4.  6 

1.16.  0 

Oring  Heaton 

8 

4.  6 

2 

4. 

2.  0.  0 

John  Chamberlin 

1 

4.  6 

0.  4.  6 

Amos  Chamberlin 

7 

4.   6 

4. 

1.15.  6 

Samuel  Galusha 

14 

4.   6 

3.  3.  0 

Thomas  Palmer 

9 

4.   6 

2.  0.  G 

Joel  Strong 

11 

4.   6 

2.  9.  6 

John  Stark 

5 

4.   6 

1.   2.  6 

Elijah  Howard 

5 

4.  6 

1.   2.   6 

Ezekiel  Strong 

5 

4.   6 

1.16.   0 

James  Sawyer 

7 

4.   G 

1.11.   6 

Eichard  Wallace 

12 

4.   6 

2.14.   0 

Stephen  PellanT 

4 

4.   6 

0.18.  0 

W™  Cushman 

10 

4.  G 

5 

10. 

2.15.  0 

Frederick  Earnest 

11 

4.  6 

2.  9.  6 

Alphens  Philips 

4 

4.  6 

0.18.  0 

Benj.  Chamberlin 

4 

4.  6 

2 

4. 

1.  2.  0 

Ezra  Moon 

3| 

4.  6 

2 

4. 

0.15.  3 

Nathan  Fellows 

1 

4.  6 

0.  4.  6 

Jos.  Keys.  Jr. 

7 

4.  G 

4 

8. 

1.19.  6 

Ichabod  Trusdale 

7 

4.  6 

4 

8. 

1.19.  6 

Joseph  Downer 

4 

4.  6 

0.18.  0 

Zebede  Howard 

9 

4.  6 

2.  0.  6 

John  Osborn 

11 

4.  6 

4 

8. 

2.17.  6 

John  Wright 

5 

4.  6 

1.  2.  6 

Joseph  Keyes 

4 

4.   6 

0.18.  0 

;^63.19.  3 

The  within  pay  roll  exhibited  by  me  is  a  just  account  of  the 
service  done  by  the  company  under  my  commands,  in  Thetford, 
as  also  a  number  of  soldiers   that   belonged   to   Maj.  Horsington's 


20 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[Hoisington's]  detachment  that  have  done  duty  under  my  com- 
mand. Wm.  Heaton,  Captain. 

Oct.  25,  1777.  Then  reed,  of  Israel  Smith  two  pounds  and  six 
pence,  on  account  of  the  within. 

Reed,  per  me         Thos.  Divine. 

Oct,  30,  1777.  Then  reed,  of  Israel  Smith  one  pound  eleven 
shillings. 

Amos  Chamberlin. 

Nov.  2,  1777.  Then  reed,  of  Israel  Smith  two  pounds  nine 
shillings  and  six  pence  as  per  the  account  within. 

Per  me 

Fred*^'  Ernest. 

Thetford,  14th  Aug.  1777.  Then  reed,  of  Maj.  Israel  Smith 
fifty-four  pounds  twelve  shillings,  being  in  full  of  all  demands  on 
this  pay  roll,  except  nine  pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  three 
pence,  which  last  mentioned  sum  is  due  to  the  Horsington  soldiers. 

I  say  received  per  me. 

Wm.  Heaton,  Capt. 

Reed,  in  addition  to  this  pay  roll  eighteen  shillings  for  Lt. 
Moses  Cadwell,  who  ought  to  have  been  entered  in  the  pay  roll 
for  four  days'  service.  I  say  reed,  per  me 

W"'  Heaton. 

Nov.  10,  1777.  Then  reed,  of  Israel  Smith  nineteen  shillings 
upon  the  within  account.  Reed,  per  me. 

Ezra  Moor. 

15th  Dec.  1777.  Then  reed,  of  Israel  Smith  two  pounds 
eighteen  shillings  and  six  pence  as  per  the  within  account — 

I  say  reed,  per  me 

Chas.  Chamberlin. 


[112] 


[Capt.  John  Alger  s  Company  {pari)^ 


Capt.  John  Alger's  Pay  Roll  for  such  soldiers  in  his  company 
as  assisted  the  People  of  Strafford  in  their  retreat,  also  the  service 
of  horses  employed  in  said  service. 

Thetford,  14"'  August,  1777. 


Names 


John  Alger  Capt. 
Hezekiah  May  Lt. 
Ellas  Chamberlin  En. 
David  Chamberlin  Sergt. 


Dajs 


11 
13 

8 
14 


Wages 
per  day 


8. 
5.9 
5.3 
4.9 


Days 

for 
horses 

Horses 
wages 

11 

8 
8 

2. 

If). 
16. 

Total 


5.10.0 
4.10.9 
2.18.0 
3.   6.6 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


21 


Names 

Days 

Wages 
per  day 

Days 
for 

Horses 

Total 

horses 

wages 

Levi  Boot,             Sergt. 

6 

4.9 

1.  8.6 

Samuel  Huggins        " 

6 

4.6 

2 

4. 

1.12.6 

David  Ricli 

13 

4.6 

2.14.0 

Solomon  Root 

8 

4.6 

1.16.0 

Jared  Alger 

6 

4.6 

1.17. 

Joshua  Tucker 

11 

4.6 

2.  9.6 

Jonathan  Rich 

8 

4.6 

1.16.0 

Saml.  Rich 

10 

4.6 

5 

10. 

2.15.0 

Frederick  Smith 

10 

4.6 

7 

14. 

2.19.0 

Elisha  May 

6 

4.6 

1.  7.0 

W""  Briscoe 

7 

4.6 

1.11.6 

Amasa  Chamberlin 

8 

4.6 

5 

10. 

2.  6  0 

William  Root 

5 

4.6 

1.  2.6 

Silas  Alger 

4 

4.6 

2 

4. 

1.  0.0 

Aaahel  Chamberlin 

8 

4.6 

5 

10. 

2.  6.0 

Jonathan  Root 

6 

4.6 

1.  7. 

Simeon  Root 

7 

4.6 

1.11.6 

Jona.  Rich.  Jr 

8 

4.6 

3 

6. 

2.  2.0 

Jona.  Wood 

4 

4.6 

18. 

EUsha  Powell 

16 

4.6 

10 

1. 

4.12. 

Isaac  Chamberlin 

7 

4.6 

10 

1. 

2.  8.6 

Constant  Bliss 

2 

4.6 

4. 

13. 

Daniel  West. 

3 

4.6 

13.6 

^59.11.3 

John  Alger,  Capt. 

Thetford,  15th  August,  1777.  Then  received  of  Major  Israel 
Smith  fifty-nine  pounds  eleven  shillings  and  three  pence,  being  in 
full  for  all  the  service  done  by  the  company  under  my  command 
in  Strafford,  both  for  scouting  and  assisting  the  people  in  their 
retreat  and  moving  and  taking  care  of  tory  effects. 

John  Alger,  Capt. 

[118]  [Men  who  went  to  Strafford  under  Capts.  Bush  and  Boardnian\ 
A  Return  of  the  Men's  names,  with  account  of  the  number 
of  horses  that  wdnt  from  Norwich  under  Capt.  Timothy  Bush, 
Capt.  Boardman  and  Lt.  Burton  to  assist  the  Strafford  people  in 
their  retreat. 


Names 


Timothy  Bush,  Capt. 
John  Stanton  Adjt. 
Gershom  Bartlit 
Francis  Smally 


Wages  pr 

No.  of 

Horses' 

day 

horses 

wages 

8. 

8. 

1 

8. 

1 

8. 

4.6 

1 

8. 

4.6 

1 

4. 

Total 


2.  0.0 
2.  0.0 
0.13.0 
1.  2.0 


22 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Days 

wages  per 
day 

No.  of 
horses 

Horses' 
wages 

4. 

Total 

Joseph  Lewis,  Doctor 

4 

4.6 

1 

0.  9.0 

Jos.  Bartlit 

3 

4.6 

0.  9.0 

Gershom  Bartlit,  Jr. 

3 

4.6 

0.13.0 

Prince  Freeman 

3 

4.6 

1 

4. 

0.13.0 

Ehsha  Freeman 

3 

4.6 

1 

4. 

0.13.0 

Danial  Waterman 

3 

4.6 

1 

4. 

0.  9.0 

Elisha  Waterman 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Elijah  Waterman 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Nathl.  Messeng:er 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Asahel  Murdock 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Hezekiah  Goodrich 

4 

4.6 

18.0 

W""  Burnham 

3 

4.6 

13.6 

Doel  Johnson 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

John  Eogers 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Jona.  Lord,  Jr 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

David  Lord 

8 

4.6 

13.6 

Isaac  Walbridge 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Aaron  Smith 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Elijah  Smith 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Hezekiah  Johnson 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Eben'  Jaques,  Jr. 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Elijah  Brunson 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

Nathl.  Boardman,  Capt. 

3 

1 

1.16 

13.0 

1  sergt. 

3 

9.6 

2  Corporals 

3 

4.6 

9.0 

8  Bank  and  files. 

16 

4.6 

3.13.0 

Elisha  Burton  Lt. 

2 

4.6 

4. 

15.6 

Sergt'  '6—2  days  each 

6 

16. 

3.  4.6 

14  rank  and  file,  3  days  each 

38 

4 

6.  6. 

1  day  added  to  Joseph  Ball. 

1 

5 

3. 

6.6 

£  35.0.3 

A  true  pay  roll  on  the  honor  of  an  officer. 

Test,  Timothy  Bush,  Capt. 

Thetford,  13"^  Aug*  1777.  Then  reed,  of  Maj.  Israel  Smith 
thirty-one  pounds  and  twelve  shillings  being  the  full  of  all  de- 
mands to  this  pay  roll.     Reed,  per  me,  Timothy  Bush,  Capt. 

Correcting  a  mistake  in  this  pay  roll  the  IS*-^  of  August  1777. 
Then  received  three  pounds^eight  shillings  and  three  pence  more. 

Timothy  Bush,  Capt.  . 


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23 


[88]  [Afen  who  marched  to    Strafford  from    Orford,    Piermont  afid 

Fairlec\ 

A  Return  of  the  Men's  names  in  Orford,  Piermont  and  Fair- 
lee,  that  helped  in  the  Retreat  from  Strafford,  with  an  account  of 
the  number  of  horses  employed  in  said  service. 


Names 

Days 

wages 
per  day 

No.  of 
horses 

Horses' 
wages 

Total 

Lt.  Jona.  Darbe 

2 

0.5.3 

1 

0.4.0 

0.15.6 

Eight  privates 

16 

4.6i 

8 

3.2 

5.  4.0 

5.19.6 

Piermont 

Capt.  Jona  Chandler 

3 

8 

1 

6. 

1.10.0 

Saml.  Root 

3 

4.6 

1 

6. 

0.19.6 

Seth  Ford 

3 

4.6 

1 

6. 

0.19.6 

Burgess  Metcalf. 

3 

4.6 

1 

6. 

0.19.6 

Fairlee 

Josiah  Brown.  Lt. 

3 

5.9 

1 

4 

1.  1.3 

Jona.  Darbe,  Sergt. 

2 

4.9 

1 

4 

0.13.6 

Joel  Woodworth 

2 

4.6 

2 

8 

0.17.0 

Saml.  Smith 

2 

4.6 

0.  9.0 

W-  Bell 

2 

4.6 

1 

4 

0.13.0 

W"  Thomson 

2 

4.6 

1 

4 

0.13.0 

John  Martin 

1 

4.6 

1 

4 

0.  6.6 

Corpl.  Solomon  White 

1 

4.6 

0.   4.6 

Francis  House 

1 

4.6 

0.   4.6 

John  Hammond 

1 

4.6 

0.  4.6 

Jacob  Master,  Capt. 

1 

8. 

0.  8.0 

5.14.9 

Thetford,  13th  Aug-.  1777.  Reed,  of  Maj.  Israel  Smith  five 
pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  nine  pence,  being  in  full  of  the  de- 
mand of  the  within,  for  Fairlee. 

Jacob  Marston,  Capt. 

Thetford,  14th  Aug.  1777.  Reed,  of  Israel  Smith  five  pounds 
nineteen  shillings  and  six  pence  in  full  satisfaction  for  the  within 
pay  roll  for  Orford. 

Jona.  Darbe,  Lt. 


21^'  Nov.  1777.      Reed,  of  Israel  Smith  four  pounds  eight  shil- 
lings and  six  pence  in  discharge  of  the  within  account. 

Jona.  Chandler-,  Capt. 


24 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[26,  dupl  231] 


[Afe/i  with  Horses  who  went  to  Straff ord  from  Lyme'] 


A  Return  of  the  Men's  Names  in  Lyme  that  helpt  in  the  Re- 
treat from  Strafford,  with  an  account  of  the  number  of  horses  em- 
ployed in  said  service. 


Names. 

No. 
days 

"Wages 
per  day 

No. 
horses 

Horse 
wages 

Total 

Jona.  Child 

2 

10 

4 

1.  4 

Charles  Nelson 

2 

8 

4 

1.  0 

John  Thomson 

4 

4.6 

8 

1.  6 

Abijah  Broughton 

2 

4.6 

4 

9 

James  English 

2 

5.9 

12 

15.6 

Thomas  Porter 

6 

4.6 

4 

1.19. 

Seth  Tinkham 

2 

4.6 

4 

13 

W"  Child 

2 

4.6 

4 

13 

Joseph  Hatch 

2 

4.6 

4 

13 

Walter  Farfield,  Jr. 

2 

4.6 

4 

13 

John  Far  a  eld 

2 

4.6 

9 

John  Sloan 

2 

8. 

4 

1.  0 

Ezra  Thompson 

2 

4.6 

4 

0.13 

Ephraim  Skinner 

2 

4.6 

4 

0.13 

Thomas  Gilbert 

2 

4.6 

4 

1.  0 

Calvin  Porter 

2 

4.6 

4 

0.13 

Azariah  Beach 

2 

4.6 

4 

0.13 

Amasa  Bugbee 

2 

4.6 

0.  9 

Reuben  Grant 

2 

4.6 

0.  9 

Benoni  Thear 

4 

4.6 

8 

1.  6 

Nathl.  Darby 

2 

4.6 

4 

0.13 

Benj.  Howard 

2 

4.6 

0.  9 

Nathl.  Hewes. 

2 

4.6 

0.  9 

Nathl.  Huse  jr. 

2 

4.6 

1 

4 

0.13 

Phineas  Stark 

2 

4.6 

0.  9 

Joseph  Hewes 

2 

4.6 

0.  9 

;^9.12.6 

[Sic] 

At  the  Strafford  Alarms,  the  Public  D"",  exclusive  of  the  within 
account. 

To  myself  and  horse  1  day  )         s 
"    1  quart  Rum  V  £.  4. 

"    my  horse  to  Norwich     ) 

Thomas  Gilbert. 

Thetford,  Aug  14,  1777.  Rec'd  of  Maj.  Israel  Smith  nineteen 
pounds  sixteen  shillings  in  full  for  the  within  and  foregoing- 
account,  which  I  promise  to  deliver  to  the  persons  within  named 
as  the  respective  are  affixed  to  their  names. 

Witness. 

Jona.  Child. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


25 


1243] 


\^Scouts  sent  out  after  the  Retreat  from  Straff  or  d'\ 


A  Return  of  the  Men's  Names  in  Lyme  under  Capt.  Stone, 
that  went  to  Strafford  in  a  Scout,  after  the  retreat  of  the  inhab- 
itants from  Strafford. 


Names 


John  Stone,  Capt. 
Kufus  Conant 
John  Baxter 
John  Stuart 


Days 


Pr. 
day- 


Horses 


Total 


1.  0.0 
0.12.0 
0.13.0 
0.12.0 


A  Scout 
the  Retreat. 
Elish  Powell,  Sergt 
John  Osborn 
Jona.  Eich 


;^2.16.0 

sent   out  to  reconnoiter  Strafford  Settlements  after 


I 

;^3.12) 


By  order  of 
Maj.  Israel 

Smith 
By  order  of 

En,  Elias 
Chamberlin 


A  Return  of  particular  Scouts  sent  out  upon  the  account  of 
Strafford  Alarm  and  the  Safety  of  the  Inhabitants. 

Joseph  Downer,  Sergt.      [    4 

Amos  Chamberlin  4 

Frederick  Earnest  4 

Jos.  Downer,  Sergt.  4   0.6.0  1.  4.0 

Frederick  Earnest.  4  6.  1.  4.0 

Chas.  Chamberlin  4  6.  1.4  0 

Jos.  Downer,  Sergt.  4  6.  1.  4.0 

Ehjah  Brunston  4  6.  1.  4.0 

Isaiah  Howard  4  6.  1.  4.0    i:3.12 

David  Eich  7*  6.  } 

David  Chamberlin,  Sergt.      8  6. 

Joseph  Howard  3  6.  0.18.0 

Zeeokenah  Jinks  3  6.  0.18.0    ;^1.16J 

*With  the  4  men  lost  from  Strafford,  July  6,  1777 

Thetford,  14th.  Aug.  1777.     Then  reed,  of  Maj.  Israel  Smith 
seven  dollars  for  seven  days  scouting.     I  say  rec*^  per  me, 

David  Rich 
Thetford,,  Aug.  14,   1777.     Then   reed,    of  Maj.   Israel  Smith 
four   pounds   twelve   shillings   for  services   done  to  Strafford  by 
myself  and  John  Stuart,  Rufus  Conant,  John   Baxter,  Zecheriah 
Jinks,  and  Joseph  Howard.     I  say  reed,  per  me. 

John  Sloan. 
14th    Aug.  1777.     Reed,   of  Maj.  Isral  Smith  one  pound  four 
shillings  in  full  satisfaction  of  my  scouting. 

Reed,  per  me. 

Amos  Chamberlin. 


26 


STATP:    of    VERMONT 


18th.  Aug.  1777.     Then  reed,  for  Scouting  as  above  ^1.10.0 

Reed,  per  me. 

Elisha  Powell 

16th.  Aug.  1777.     Then  reed,  of  Maj.  Israel  Smith  twenty-two 
shillings  for  scouting.  Reed,  per  me. 

Elijah  Brownson. 

Sept.  28,  1777.     Then   reed,  of  Israel  Smith  four  dollars  for 
four  days  scouting  as  pr.  within.     1  say  reed,  per  me. 

Frederick  Ernest. 


\^Capt  Elijah  Dewey' s  Company] 

[Furnished  by  Mr  H.    C.  Day  of   Bennington  through   Col.  Frank 

L.  Greene] 

Roster  of  Capt.  Elijah   Dewey's  Company  as  it  was  formed  at 
the  time  of  the  battle  of  Bennington,  August  16,  1777. 

Captain  Elijah  Dewey. 

First  Lieut.  Joseph  Rudd 

Second  Lieut.  Thomas  Jewett 

Ensign  Nathaniel  Fillmore 

Sergeant  Daniel  Harman. 


Thomas  Haynes 
Jediah  Merrill 
Jonathan  Griswold 
Seth  Partee 
Aaron  Haynes 
Jonathan  Haynes  Jr. 
Ezekiel  Harman 
Daniel  Towslee 
Silas  Harman 
Cabel  Harman 
Joshua  Harman 
Abner  Marble 
John  Partee 
Joseph  Robinson 
John  Burnham  Jr. 
Shadrack  Harris 
Thomas  Henderson 
Roger  Ladd 
George  Christee 
Ezekiel  Smith 


Privates 

Christopher  Cluff 
Jonathan  Parsons 
Amos  Page 
Samuel  Rood 
Daniel  Kinsley 
Joseph  Wickwire 
Nathan  Clerk  Jr. 
John  Smith 
Libbens  Armstrong 
Hezekiel  Armstrong 
Hopestill  Armstrong 
John  Kinsley 
Eleazer  Hawks 
Samuel  Tubbs 
John  Rudd 
Elijah  Story 
Benajah  Story 
Nathaniel  Holmes 
Elnathan  Hubbell 
Griffin  Briggs 


Elijah  Higgins 
Ithamar  Hibbard 
Cyrus  Clark 
Benejah  Hurlbert 
Joshua  Carpenter 
Jesse  Field 
Amos  Herrick 
Simeon  Harman 
Mathew  Clark 
Shadrock  Norton 
Stephen  Cleveland 
Theopholus  Clark 
John  Stewart 
Nathaniel  Kinsley 
Job  Green 

William  Aylesworth 
Philemon  Wood 
Samuel  Cutler 
Lemuel  Geers 
Jacob  Story 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


27 


Joseph  Tinney  David  Powers 

Edward  Corbin  Phineas  Still 

Oliver  Rice  Roswell  Moseley 

Christopher  Brackett  Joseph  Willoughby 
Robert  Blair 


Lemuel  Hunt 
Daniel  Clark 
Elisha  Clark 
Gains  Harman. 


\Capt.  Samuel  Robinsoti  s Rolt\ 

[From  Hiland  Hall's  History  of  Bennington,  Vt.  Hist.    Mag. 
I.  158] 


August  16,  1777, 
Robert  Cochran 
v^deon  Spencer 
William  Henry 
Henry  Walbridge 
Rufus  Branch 
John  Larned 
Thomas  Abel 
Nathan  Lawrence 
Josiah  Brush 
David  Fay  (Fifer) 
Leonard  Robinson 
Daniel  Biddlecome 
Levi  Hatheway 
Abram  Hatheway 
Reuben  Colvin 
Eliphalet  Stickney 
Daniel  Rude 
Benj.  Holmes 
James  Marivater 
Mr.  Alger 
Ammie  Fuller 
Jonah  Brewster 
George  Dale 
John  Marble 
Ephraim  Marble 
Aaron>Hubbell 


— were  in  battle 

Samuel  Safford  Jr. 
Aaron  Smith 
Ephraim  Smith 
Samuel  Henry 
Edward  Henderson 
Jonathan  Haynes 
Archelaus  Tupper 
Daniel  Warner 
Lt.  Simeon  Hathaway 
Aaron  Miller 
John  Fay 
Elijah  Fay 
Joseph  Fay 
John  Clark 
Jehosephat  Holmes 
J^Ioses  Rice 
Benj,  Whipple  Jr. 
Silas  Robinson 
John  Weeks 
Moses  Scott 
Alpheus  Hathaway 
Solomon  Walbridge 
Ebenezer  Bracket 
Jehiel  Smith 
Asa  Branch 


Phinehas  Wright 
John  Smith 
Jesse  Belknap 
Silvanes  Brown 
John  Forbes 
Stephen  Williams 
William  Post 
David  Safford   ' 
Jared  Post 
Jeremiah  Bingham 
Samuel  Slocum. 
Josiah  Hurd 
Ezekiel  Brewster 
Solomon  Leason 
Thomas  Selden 
John  Rigney 
Elisha  Smith 
Solomon  Safford 
Joseph  Roe 
William  Terrill 
Noah  Beach 
Simeon  Sears 
David  Robinson 
Joseph  Safford 
Isaac  Webster 


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Abial  ChamberHn 
Joseph  Chamberlin 
Samuel  Eatton 
Peter  Johnson 
Jonathan  Darbey. 
Asher  Chamberlin 
Abner  Fowler 
William  Thompson 
James  Hunteras 
Samuel  Hadley 
Stephen  McOoniel 
Jon""  Goodwin 
Abel  Davis 
James  Heath 
Asa  Webster 
Israel  Olmstead 
Samuel  Stevens 
John  Brown 
Hugh  Gamel 
John  Taylor 
Ebenezer  Omstead 
Nathl.  White 
iNicholas  White 
Samuel  Davis 

Towns 
Names. 

Newbury 
do 
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REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


31 


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STATE     OF    VERMONT 


[379] 


\Capt.  Scth  Hodges   Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Seth  Hodges'  Company  in  Col.  Joseph 
Marsh's  Regiment  of  Militia,  for  the  bounty  allowed  by  the  State 
of  Vermont.  Pomfret,  Oct.  7,  1777. 


Names. 


Seth  Hodges,  Capt. 
Samuel  Udall,  Lt. 
Abisha  Sampson.  Lt 
William  Bramble,  En. 
Elias  Chapman,  Sergt. 
John  Cheadel 
Ephraim  Peake     " 
Charles  Killam      " 
Elijah  Bayley  Corpl 
Ehjah  Hoar 
Asa  Emerson       " 
Nathl.  Killam       " 
William  Annible 
Sylvanus  Cottle 
John  Darling 
William  Fuller 
Billy  Gray 
John  Hariden 
Eben""  Dike 
John  Hosington 
Isaac  Hosington 
Otto  (Cato?)  Negor 
David  Bliss 
Jona.  Burtch 
Eddy  Burtch 
Becket  Chapman 
Mitchell  Clark 
William  Curtis 
Barjonas  Damon 
Hezekiah  Hazen 
John  Hill 

Albe  (Abel?)  Marsh 
Elisha  Perkins 
Phineas  Strong 
Seth  Savage 
Elkanah  Sprague 
Stephen  Tilden 
Andrew  Tracy 
Josiah  Tilden 
William  Udall 
Benj.  Wright 
Saml.  Webster 


Time  of 
Engage- 
ment 


Aug.  16 


1  < 


Days 


50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
26 
50 
50 
50 
50 
11 
50 
50 
17 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
26 
50 
50 
11 


when 
discharg*^ 


Oct. 


<  I 


Sept.  10 
Oct.      4 


Aug.  26 
Oct.      4 


Sept. 
Oct. 


1 
4 

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Aug.  20 


P  Month 

Miles 

180 

180 

180 

180 

2.10.0 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2  10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

150 

2.10 

•  180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2  10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

150 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

180 

2.10 

70 

Total. 


0.15. 

0.15. 

0.15. 

0.15. 

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4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4.18. 

4,18. 

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4.18. 
4.18. 
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4.18. 


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4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
1  4. 
4.18. 
4.18. 


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4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 
4.18. 


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4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


33 


Names. 

Time  of 

Engage- 
ment 

Days 

When 
discharg'' 

P  Month 

Miles 

Total. 

Timo.  Harding,    a      -«vf 
William  Ramsey.  |V»^  (3~ 
Nathaniel  Troop. 
John  Watkins. 

Aug.  18 

Cl             ti 

11        (< 

50 
50 
50 
50 

Oct.      4 

I  (       (1 

II  11 
t  (       1  ( 

3.10 
3.10 
3.10 
3.10 

130 
180 
180 
180 

4.18.   4 
4.18.   4 
4.18.   4 
4.18.  4 

Addition  since  the  sum  was  cast,  Josiah  Wildin 


3.  3.  6 


;^197.    1.8 


Seth  Hodges,  Capt, 

la  Council,  Hartford,  July  14,  1778.  The  within  Pay  Roll  ac- 
cepted and  approved,  the  sum  of  which  is  one  hundred  and  ninety- 
seven  pounds  one  shilling  and  eight  pence,  which  sum  the  Treas- 
urer IS  desired  to  pay. 

P'"  order  of  Council,  Joseph  Marsh. 

Hartford,  July  14,  1778.  Reed,  of  Peter  Olcott,  as  an  Assist- 
ant Treasurer,  the  sum  of  one  hundred  and  ninety-seven  pounds 
one  shilling  and  eight  pence,  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Seth  Hodges. 

Reed,  per  me,  Juhn  W.  Dana. 

;^197.1.8 


[380] 


l^Capt.   Timothy  Buslis  Company\ 


Capt.   Timothy    Bush's   Pay   Roll    in   Colonel  Joseph    Marsh's 
Regiment,  1777. 


Names. 


Capt  Timothy  Bush 
Lt.  Eben"^  Parkhurst 
Lt.  Abner  Chamberlin 
Timothy  Bartholomew 
Sa»(?)  Waterman 
Isaac  Wheeler 
Benjamin  Hatch 
Daniel  Waterman 
Elisha  Freeman 
Joel  Chamberlin 
John  Rogers 
Thos  Evet 
Phineas  Parkis 
Hez.  Johnson 

[3] 


Aug.  16 


1  ( 


Months 

in 
service 


Days 

in 
service 

Wages 
due 

30 

4.  3.4 

30 

4.  3.4 

30 

4.  3.4 

30 

4.  8.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

30 

4.   3.4 

Total 


5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 


34: 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names. 

when 
en- 

Months 
in 

Days 
in 

Wages 
due 

4.  3.4 

Miles 

Mil- 

Total 

gaged 

service 

service 

230 

age 

Moses  Cad  will                t 

lug.  16 

20 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Elisha  Kent. 

20 

4.  3.4 

(( 

18.4 

5.   1.8 

Joseph  Keys. 

20 

4.  3.4 

II 

18.4 

5.   1.8 

Simeon  Carpenter 

20 

4.  C.4 

(1 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Benjamin  Chamberlin 

^ 

20 

4.  3.4 

u 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Ichabod  Trusdell 

0 

5.   0.0 

(1 

18.4 

5.18.4 

Ichabod  Carley 

20 

4.   3.4 

It 

18.4 

'5.  1.8 

Elijah  Branson 

20 

4.   3.4 

II 

18.4 

5.   1.8 

Benj.  Parkhurst 

20 

4.   3.4 

11 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

John  Burnap. 

20 

4.   3.4 

II 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

John  Osborn 

00 

2.10.0 

II 

18.4 

3.  8.4 

Adron  Hatch 

20 

4.  3.4 

11 

18.4 

5.   1.8 

Simeon  How 

■(4           ii 

20 

4.   3.4 

(1 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Seth  Lord 

20 

4.   3.4 

(> 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Elijah  Waterman 

^ 

20 

4.  3.4 

II 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Reuben  Parkhurst 

20 

4.  3.4 

II 

18.4 

5.   1.8 

Daniel  Havers 

20 

4.  3.4 

u 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Charles  Chamberlin 

20 

4.   3.4 

II 

18.4 

5.   1.8 

Eben'  Jaquish 

20 

4.   3.4 

11 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

John  Lovejoy 

20 

4.   3.4 

II 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Daniel  Lovejoy 

20 

4.   3.4 

*  II 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Ezekiel  Strong 

20 

4.  3.4 

II 

18.4 

5.   1.8 

Thos.  Cops 

20 

4.  3.4 

1 1 

18.4 

5.  1.8 

Seth  Baldin 

0 

27 

2.   5.0 

<l 

18.4 

3.  3.4 

James  Marsh 

1 

20 

4.   3.4 

(I 

18.4 
Total 

5.  1.8 

^195.10.0 

A  true  Pay  Roll. 


Timothy  Bush,  Capt. 


In  Council,  Bennington,  12*'^  Aug*  1778.  The  within  Pay  Roll 
accepted  and  approved,  except  twelve  pounds  ten  shillings,  which 
is  the  additional  pay  of  the  Commissioned  officers,  and  the  Treas- 
urer is  ordered  to  pay  on  the  same  the  sum  of  One  hundred  and 
eighty-three  pounds  and  eight  pence. 
Per  order  of  Council. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  Governor. 

July  13,  1778.  Reed,  the  sum  of  one  hundred  and  eighty- 
three  pounds  eight  pence  ot  Peter  Olcutt  in  full  of  the  above  sum, 
ordered  to  be  paid  I  say,  and  reed,  per  me. 

Timothy  Bush,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


35 


[300] 


\_Capt.  John  Petty' s  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  the  Company  commanded  by  Capt.  John  Petty 
in  Col.  William  Williams'  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  State  of 
Vermont.  1777 


Names 

Enterec 

I   Days 

Pr.   month 

Total 

John  Petty,  Capt. 

Aug.  25 

)      40 

John  Burt,  Lt. 

Grindall  Rcwell  (Reynolds)  Lt. 

Atheniel  Bruce,  En 

Simeon  Burk,         Sergt. 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10.  0 

Daniel  Creshen,          " 

26 

2.10.4 

2.  3.  4 

Joseph  Fish                 " 

30 

2.10  0 

2.10.  0 

Amos  Hale                    " 

21 

2.10.0 

1.15. 

Andrew  Haskell    Cor. 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

James  Crawford       " 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

William  Perry          '* 

21 

2.10.0 

1.15. 

Timo.  Holbrook       " 

16 

2.10.0 

1.  6.  8 

Noah  Cushing 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

John  How 

16 

2.10.0 

1.   6.  8 

William  Crooke 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

Nathl.  Robertson 

24 

2.10.0 

2.  0.  0 

Edward  Gray 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

Seth  Gould 

30 

2.10.0 

2  10. 

Saml.  Phippen 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

Abijah  Parker 

30 

2.10  0 

2.10. 

Abraham  Shipman 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

John  HoR 

16 

2.10.0 

1.  6.  8 

Ichabod  Ide 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

Sylvanus  Fisk 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

Atherton  Chaffe 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

William  Eaton 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

William  Gould 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

Joshua  Wells 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

Gideon  Moors 

25 

2.10.0 

2.10. 

John  Bowing 

25 

2.10.0 

2.   1.  8 

Seth  Jones 

25 

2.10.0 

2.   1.  8 

Joseph  Joy 

25 

2.10.0 

2.   1.  8 

Richard  Harden 

11 

2.10.0 

0.18.  4 

William  Jones 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10.  0 

Cyrus  Whitcomb 

25 

2.10.0 

2.  1.  8 

Isaac  Whitcomb 

21 

2.10.0 

1.15.  0 

James  Houghton 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10.  0 

Elijah  Bruce 

16 

2.10.0 

1.  6.  8 

Thomas  Holbrook 

16 

2.10.0 

1.  6.  8 

Nathl.  Steadman 

16 

2.10.0 

1.  6.  8 

Daniel  Merrick 

16 

2  10.0 

1.  6.  8 

Ward  Ager 

26 

2.10.0 

1.13.  4 

jOhn  Morse 
^  oseph  Season 

10 

2.10.0 

0.16.  8 

16 

2.10.0 

1.   6.  8 

emuel  Cone 

20 

2.10.0 

1.13.  4 

~  aniel  Hogins 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10.  0 

36 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

Entered 

Days 

Pr.   month 

Total 

James  Nichols 

Aug.  29 

9 

2.10.0 

0.15.  0 

Eben"^  Hotig:hton 

25 

2.10.0 

2.  1.  8 

Oaleb  Houghton 

25 

2.10.0 

2.   1.  8 

WilJiam  Howard 

24 

2.10.0 

2.  0.  0 

Samuel  Parkis 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10.  0 

Levi  Howard 

2i 

2.10.0 

2.  0.  0 

Levi  Pees 

30 

2.10.0 

2.10.  0 

Jesse  Ide 

16 

2.10.0 

1.  6.  8 

Samuel  Avery 

25 

2.10.0 

2.  1.  8 

Elijah  Hubbard 

9 

2.10.0 

0.15.  0 

Joseph  Tyler 

65 

2.10.0 

5.  8.14 

Thomas  Reed 

8 

2.10.0 

0.13.  4 

;^111.    3.    4 

Errors  excepted.  John  Petty 

Putney,  3  Sept.  1778.     The  above  pay  roll  examined  by 

Jonas  Fay  |  ^  •    i.  j 

Ira  Allen  \  ^°"^-  ^PPOi^^ted. 

Putney,  Sept.  3.  1778.  The  within  named  John  Petty  per- 
sonally appeared  and  made  solemn  oath  to  the  within  pay  roll. 
Before  me,  Jonas  Fay,  Asst. 

Putney,  d^  Sept.  1778.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq.  Treasurer  of 
the  State  of  Vermont,  one  hundred  and  eleven  pounds  ^,  the  con- 
tents of  the  with  pay  roll  in  full.  P''  John  Petty,  Capt. 

[129]  \_Capt  Josiah  Boyden's  Covipany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Josiah  Boyden's  Company  in  Col.  William 
Williams'  Reg^iment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the  United  States, 
on  an  Expedition  to  Bennington,  &c. ,  in  1777. 


Names 

Entered 

Discharg'' 

Days 

Pr  day 

Total 

Josiah  Boyden,  Capt. 

Abel  Dimick,  Lt. 

Simeon  Edwards,  Lt. 

Edward  Harris,  En. 

Saml.  Bixby,  Sergt. 

Aug.  29 

Sept  23. 

26 

0.1.8 

2.  3.4 

Rufus  Sargeant,  Sergt. 

"     20 

23 

1.8 

•   1.18.4 

Bank  Bennet 

"     15 

18 

1.8 

1.10.0 

John  Gault 

"     22 

25 

1.8 

2.   1.8 

John  Wilder,  Corpl. 

"    23 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

Ezra  Pratt 

"     23 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

Jonas  Rice           " 

"     23 

26 

1.8 

2.   3.4 

Isaac  Wilds         " 

"     12 

15 

1.8 

1.  5.0 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


37 


Names 

Entered 

Discharg'' 

D  ays    Pr  di 

ly 

Total 

Caleb  Cole 

Aug.  29 

Sept    12 

15           1 

.8 

1.  5.0 

Enoch  Shepardson 

(< 

•    11 

14           1 

8 

1.  3.4 

Ezra  Shepardson 

(< 

'     12 

15           1 

.8 

1.  5.0 

James  King 

>< 

'     12 

15           1 

8 

1.  5.0 

Newhall  Earl 

<i 

'    23 

20           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Saml.  Nichols 

t  < 

'    23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Thomas  Lynde 

1 1 

'      6 

9           1 

8 

0.15.0 

Ephraim  Whitney, 

K 

'     23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

John  Dwire 

(1 

'     12 

15            1 

8 

1.  5.0 

Jonas  Shepard 

<( 

♦     23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Saml.  Woodward 

1( 

'     22 

25           1 

8 

2.   1.8 

Ezekiel  PhilUps 

It 

'     23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Solomon  Pees 

(1 

'     22 

25            1 

8 

2.   1.8 

Alexander  Gault 

(( 

'     22 

25           1 

8 

2.   1.8 

Joseph  Winchester 

(  < 

'     22 

25           1 

8 

2.  1.8 

W"  Wilcox 

(( 

'       9 

12           1 

8 

1.  0.0 

Joseph  Bartlet 

(  ( 

( 

'    22 

25           1 

8 

2.   1.8 

Oliver  Cooley 

t( 

'     22 

25           1 

8 

2.  1.8 

Smith  Butler 

•  < 

'    23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Saml.  Kelly 

ti 

'     20 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Seth  Smith 

It 

(      1  < 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Abel  Houghton 

<l 

'     23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Joseph  Hildreth,  Jr. 

<t 

'       3 

6            1 

8 

0.10.0 

Marshal  Miller 

(( 

Au 

g.  31 

3           1 

8 

0.  5.0 

Arad  Holten 

( ( 

Se] 

3t  23 

26           1 

8 

2.  8.4 

Benj.  Meigs 

<' 

1 

'     12 

15            1 

8 

I.  5.0 

Cephas  Carpenter 

l< 

( 

'     23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Shubal  Bullock 

i  ( 

1 

'     23 

26            1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Benaiah  Putnam 

1  k 

Au 

g.  31 

3            1 

8 

0.  5.0 

Elijah  Knight 

Sept     1 

Sei 

it  23 

23            1 

8 

1.18.4 

Nathl.  Davis 

<i         1  ( 

i 

'     20 

20            1 

8 

1.13.4 

James  Cambell 

>(         <i 

Se] 

3t  23 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

David  Cambell 

a             n 

'     23 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Joseph  Burr 

((            (1 

'     23 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Thos.  Dutton 

<(            ii 

♦    23 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Saml.  Eichardson 

((            i( 

'     23 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Saml.  Bentley. 

((            (( 

'     20 

20            1 

8 

1.13.4 

John  Baker 

<c            (( 

'    23 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Leonard  Reed  . 

II            II 

'     23 

23            1 

8 

1.18.4 

^Nathan  Wright 

i(            11 

'     20 

20           1 

8 

1.13.4 

Thos.  M'^Clure 

Aug.  29 

•      5 

8           1 

8 

0.13.4 

Charles  Davenport 

i<        II 

'     23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Joel  Cutler 

II        11 

'       6 

9            1 

8 

0.15.0 

W""  Thomas 

1  (        11 

'       6 

9           1 

8 

0.15.0 

Antipas  Harrington 

i(        11 

'      6 

9           1 

8 

0.15.0 

Saml.  Wilder 

Aug    29 

'    23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Merodack  Smith 

II        <i 

'     12 

15            1 

8 

1.  5.0 

Asa  Stoel 

<<        <i 

'       7 

10           1 

8 

0.16.8 

William  Hoit 

II         II 

'     12 

15           1 

8 

1.  5.0 

Cyrel  Carpenter. 

(1        II 

'     23 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

;^96.13.4 

38 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Putney,  Sept.  3,  1778.  Personally  appeared  the  above  named 
Josiah  Boyden  and  made  solemn  oath  to  this  pay  roll. 

Sworn  before  me, 

Jonas  Fay,  Assistant. 

Date  above,  this  pay  roll  examined 

^y  IrT  Alkn^  }  Committee  appointed. 

Received,  Putney,  September  3''  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq. 
ninety-six  pounds  thirteen  shillings  and  four  pence,  the  contents 
of  this  pay  roll. 

Joseph  Boyden,  Capt. 


[368] 


[Capi  Josiah  Boyden' s  Compa7iy\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Josiah  Boyden's  Company  in  Col.  William 
Williams'  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the  United  States, 
on  an  expedition  to  Bennington,  &c,  in  1777. 


Names.                           r^ 

]n- 
red 

Dis- 
charg"* 

Days 

P^  day 

Total. 

Josiah  Boyden,  Capt.                       Se] 

D,  24 

Oct.  21 

27 

Caleb  Owen,  Lt.                                   ' 

(     <( 

'   20 

26 

J.  Shepherd  Gates,  Lt.                        ' 

<     (1 

'     6 

12 

Thomas  Barnes,  En. 

'    27 

'   20 

28 

Preserved  Ganner,  Sergt                     ' 

'    24 

'    14 

20 

1.8 

1.13.4 

James  Nichols              "                         ' 

<     (( 

'     8 

14 

1.8 

1.  3.4 

Reuben  Cook                *'              .           ' 

(     << 

'  20 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

Daniel  Gates               "                         ' 

(     << 

'   21 

27 

1.8 

2.  5.0 

Caleb  Heywood   Corpl.                        ' 

'    27 

'    17 

20 

1.8 

1.13.4 

Oliver  Wilder            "                          ' 

'    24 

'     7 

13 

1.8 

1.   1.8 

Thomas  Rutherford  "                          ' 

1     (1 

'     7 

13 

1.8 

1.   1.8 

Samuel  Pratt                                          ' 

<     ( 1 

'   21 

27 

1.8 

2.  5.0 

Eben'  Burt                                             ' 

'    27 

'     8 

11 

1.8 

0.18.4 

James  Clark.                                          ' 

•    24 

•  20 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

William  Frazin                                      * 

<     (< 

'  20 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

John  Hall                                               ' 

(     (t 

'  20 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

Thomas  Olverson                                  ' 

<        (  c 

'     8 

14 

1.8 

1.  3.4 

James  Henderson                                 * 

(      1  ( 

'   20 

26 

1  8 

2.  3.4 

Joseph  Pierce                                        ' 

t          C( 

'  20 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

Peleg  Baker                                           ' 

(      1  ( 

'   14 

20 

1.8 

1.13.4 

Elijah  Clark. 

<     <( 

'  20 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

Thomas  Clark.                                       ' 

(      (1 

'     8 

14 

1.8 

1.  3.4 

Robert  Patterson                                  ' 

C            4  t 

"   20 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

Joseph  Stuart                                        ' 

(       l.< 

•   14 

20 

1.8 

1.13.4 

David  Davis                                             ' 

(       (( 

'  20 

26 

1.8 

2.  3.4 

Parmenus  Temple                                  ' 

1       (1 

"   21 

27 

1.8 

2.  5.0 

John  French                                        * 

C          1  ( 

"     6 

12 

1.8 

1.  0.0 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


39 


Names. 

En- 
tered 

Dis- 
charg"* 

Days      P'  day 

Total. 

Seth  Duncan 

Sep.  24 

Oct.  18 

24           1 

8 

2.  0.0 

Asa  Button 

i  (         (  < 

'   21 

27           1 

8 

3.  5.0 

John  Scott 

it         i( 

"     8 

14           1 

8 

1.  3.4 

W"  Negus  Jr. 

H          tt 

•   21 

27           1 

8 

2.  5.0 

Eeuben  Spalding 

(I          (  ( 

'   21 

27           1 

8 

2.  5.0 

Leonard  Spalding 

it       (t 

'   21 

27           1 

8 

2.  5.0 

David  Rich 

a        ( ( 

•   20 

26           1 

8 

2.  3.4 

Elijah  Pratt 

tt       (( 

'     8 

14           1 

8 

1.  3.4 

Asaph  Carpenter 

"     26 

'   17 

21           1 

8 

1.15.0 

Enoch  Cook 

"     24 

'  21 

27           1 

8 

2.  5.0 

Saml.  Warrenner 

(1     .1 

'   17 

23            1 

8 

1.18.4 

Artemas.  How. 

H          It 

'   17 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Saml.  Knight. 

((          i  ( 

'   21 

27           1 

8 

2.  5.0 

Eben"^  Brook. 

i  (         f  i 

"  21 

27           ] 

8 

2.  5.0 

Jesse  Hildreth 

(  (          it 

'  21 

27           1 

8 

2.  5.0 

Israel  Hooker 

it         i  i 

'   21 

27           1 

8 

2.  5.0 

Amariah  Taft. 

"    27 

'   20 

23            1 

8 

1.18.4 

Asa  Ober 

ti         il 

'     8 

11            1 

8 

0'18.4 

George  Christopher 

ti         ti 

'   20 

28           1 

8 

1.18.4 

Benj.  How. 

Oct.     9 

«   20 

11            1 

8 

0.18.4 

Benaiah  Putnam 

Sep.  24 

"   17 

23           1 

8 

1.18.4 

John  Kilberry. 

t(     It 

"     1 

7           1 

8 

0.11.8 

£  81.  0.0 

Putney,  3*^  Sept.  1778.  Personally  appeared  the  above  named 
Josiah  Boyden  and  made  solemn  oath  that  each  of  the  persons 
named  in  this  pay  roll  were  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  the 
number  of  days  affixed  to  each  of  their  names,  and  that  neither 
himself  or  any  other  person  (to  his  knowledge)  had  received  any 
pay  therefor.     Sworn  before  me, 

Jonas  Fay,  Asst. 

Date  above  this  Pay  Roll  examined  by 

Ira  Allen       \  Committee  appointed 

Putney,  Sept.  3,  1778.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer  of 
the  State  of  Vermont,  Eighty-one  pounds,  the  contents  of  this  pay 
roll.  P-^ 

Josiah  Boyden,  Capt. 

;^81.0.0 


40 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[206] 


\^Lieut.  Moses  Johnson  s  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Lt.  Moses  Johnson's  Company  in  Col.  William 
Williams  Regiment,  as  due  from  this  State  from  the  2oth  of  Sep- 
tember to  the  17th.  of  October,  1777. 


Moses  Johnson  Lt. 
Benj.  Whitney  Lt. 
Sylvanus  Smith  Sergt. 
Aaron  Alexander     " 
David  Wilson  " 

Elisha  Hubbard  Corpl. 
Daniel  Gates  ' ' 

Joshua  Parker 
Cyrus  Whitcomb 
Stephen  Cole 
William  Mack 
William  Mc.  Wain 
'Ebene.  Pierce 
Andrew  Haskel 
John  McWaine 
Nehemiah  Horton 
Lemuel  Pratt 
Thom.  Nelson 
William  Moore 
William  Wilman 
Abijah  Mores 
Ebene.  Parker 
Israel  Sawyer 
Joshua  Hyde  Jr. 
Aaron  Cole 
James  Clay  Jr. 
Jonathan  Man 
Dennis  Looklin 
Ebene.  Wright 
Abel  White 
Asa  Averall 
John  Abbe 
Abraham  Dickerson 
Israel  Ide 
James  Ide 
Neh.  Mc  Neal 
John  Mc  Neal 
Porter  Tarble 
Edmund  Shipman 
Charles  Biee 
Daniel  Miller 
Joshua  Hyde 
John  Wilson 
Elijah  Whitney 


Engaged 


Sept.  25 


Discharj 


Oct.    17 
16 


(I 


(I 
<  ( 

K 


17 
15 
15 
15 
15 
17 


4 
5 

15 
16 
17 

15 
17 
15 
17 
17 
17 
17 
16 

1  t 

17 


16 
17 


11 

u 


Pr. 

Days 

Pr. 

Month 

Day 

1.9 

.9 

2.12.0 

26 

.9 

25 

.8^ 

25 

.8^ 

24 

.8 

24 

8 

26 

.8 

24 

.8 

26 

.8 

26 

8 

26 

.8 

10 

.8 

15 

.8 

24 

8 

25 

.8 

26 

.8 

26 

.8 

24 

8 

26 

8 

24 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

25 

8 

25 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

25 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

26 

8 

11 

8 

11 

8 

11 

8 

Total 


2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 


0.0 
3.4 


3.4 

3.4 

15.8 

1.  5.0 

2.  0.0 
1.8 
3.4 
3.4 
0.0 
3.4 
0.0 
3.4 


2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
3. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
3. 


3.4 
3.4 
3.4 
1.8 
1.8 
3.4 


3. 

3. 

3. 

1. 

3. 

1, 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3.4 
18.4 
18.4 
18.4 


.4 
.4 
.4 
.8 
.4 
.8 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


41 


Names 

Engaged 

Dis- 
charged 

Pr. 

Month 

Days 

Pr. 
Day 

Total 

Lemuel  Ames 
Aquila  Jones 
Ichabod  Ide 
Daniel  Eood 

Oct.    12 

a           (t 
(t            <( 

((               X 

Oct.    17 

9 

9 

26 

26 

1.8 
1.8 
1.8 
1.8 

15.0 

15.0 

2.  3.4 

2.  3.4 

;^89  13.2 

Putney,  3rd.  Sept.  1778 

Errors  excepted. 


Moses  Johnson  Lt. 


Putney,  8rd.  Sept.  1778.  Personally  appeared  the  within  named 
Moses  Johnson  and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  several  persons 
named  in  the  within  pay  roll  were  each  in  the  service  the  several 
days  annexed  to  their  respective  names  and  that  neither  himself 
nor  any  other  person  to  his  knowledge  had  received  any  pay 
therefordirectly  or  indirectly. 

Before  me,  Jonas  Fay,  Assistant 

Putney,  3rd.  Sept.  1778.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treasurer 
of  the  State  of  Vermont  eighty-nine  pounds,  thirteen  shillings  and 
two  pence,  in  full  of  the  within  pay  roll. 

^89.13.2.  Moses  Robinson. 

[271]  [Lieut  Moses  JohnsorCs  Command  {Omissioii)\ 

Pay  Roll  of  five  persons  under  the  command  of  Lt.  Moses 
Johnson,  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  of  America,  belonging 
to  Col.  William  Williams'  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  county  of  Cum- 
berland and  State  of  Vermont,  1777,  omitted  in  the  original  pay 
roll. 


Names 

When 
enter"' 
service 

When 
discharged 

Days 
in 

service 

Pr.day 

Total 

Joseph  Gushing 
Oliver  Hartwell 
Jonae  Snow 
Asahel  Briggs 
Samuel  Willson 

Sept.  25 
1  <      1  ( 

i(      11 

(1       (( 

(<      1  ( 

24 
24 
11 
11 
11 

1.8 
1.8 
1.8 
1.8 
1.8 

2.  0.0 
2.  0.0 

18.4 
18.4 
18.4 

;^6.15.0 

Errors  Excepted. 


Moses  Johnson 


42 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[55] 


\_Capt.  David  StowelVs  Co7npany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  David  Stowell's  Company  ia  Col.  William 
Williams'  Regiment. 


Per 
month 

Date  of 

Date  of 

Days 
service 

Names 

Rank. 

engage- 
ment 

Dis- 
charge 

Wages 

1777 

1777. 

David  Stowell 

Capt. 

2.10.0 

Sep  39. 

Oct  21 

33 

1.18.4 

James  Cutler 

Sergt. 

3.10.0 

"    39 

"    31 

83 

1.18.4 

Daniel  Knight 

do 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    31 

33 

1.18.4 

Manassah  Bixby 

do 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    21 

33 

3.  0.0 

David  Anderson 

do 

2.10.0 

"    38- 

"    21 

34 

1.13.4 

John  Sheperson 

Private. 

2.10.0 

"     39 

"    31 

30 

1.  8.4 

Zephaniah  Phelps  (or  Sheps) 

2.10.0 

'<    39 

"    18 

17 

1.18.4 

Williams  Marsh. 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    15 

33 

1.18.4 

James  Salisbury 

3.10.0 

"    39 

"    31 

33 

1.18.4 

Philip  Franklin 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    21 

23 

1.  6.8 

Stafford  Horton 

3.10.0 

"     39 

"    21 

16 

1.18.4 

David  Newhall 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    14 

23 

1.18.4 

Saml.  Eeed 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    21 

23 

1.18.4 

Peter  Eice 

3.10.0 

"    39 

"    21 

83 

1.18.4 

Phinehas  Rice 

2.10.0 

"    89 

"    81 

83 

1.18.4 

Ephraim  Gale 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    21 

83 

1.18.4 

Thos.  Partridge 

2.10.0 

"     29 

"    21 

83 

1.18.4 

Job  Morse 

2.10.0 

"    29 

"    21 

33 

1.18.4 

Isaac  Wells. 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    21 

23 

1.18.4 

Jona.  Paterson 

'  ' 

2.10.0 

"     39 

"    21 

24 

1.18.4 

John  Montgomery. 

2.10.0 

"     38 

"    21 

24 

3.  0.0 

William  White 

2.10.0 

"    38 

"    21 

84 

3.  0.0 

Nathl.  Akin 

2.10.0 

"    39 

"    31 

34 

2.  0.0 

Jona.  Aiken 

3.10.0 

"    38 

"    31 

84 

8.  0.0 

John  Cox 

3.10.0 

"    28 

"    31 

33 

1.18.4 

John  Ray. 

3.10.0 

"    28 

"    31 

84 
Total 

3.  0.0 

;^47.  3.4 

Putney  3d.  Sep.   1778.  Personally  appeared  the  within  named 
David  Stowell  and  made  solemn  oath  to  the  within  pay  roll. 

Before  me 

Jonas  Fay,  Asst. 

Date  above  the  within  pay  roll  examined  by 

Jonas  Fay     )  „  .^^  •   *.  j 

Ira  Allen      \  <-oniniittee  appointed. 

Received  Putney,  Sept  3,  1778  of  Ira  Allen  Esq.  forty  seven 
pounds  three  shillings  four  pence,  the  full  contents  of  the  within 
pay  roll.  Pr.  David  Stowell,  Capt. 

^47.3.4. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


43 


Putney,  4th.  Sept.  1778.      The  above  pay  roll  examined 

By  Jonas  Fay  )  Committee 
Ira  Allen    f  appointed 

Sworn  before  me  at  Putney  the  date  above, 

Jonas  Fay,  Asst. 

Putney,  Sept.  4,  1778.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq.  Treasurer  of 
the  State  of  Vermont,  six  pounds  and  fifteen  shillings,  the  con- 
tents of  the  above  pay  roll. 

Pr.  Moses  Johnson,  Lieutenant. 

;^6.15.0 

[351]  \_Detachme?it  under  Lieut.  Charles  Richards] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  the  Detachment  of  a  Company  commanded  by 
Lieut.  Charles  Richards  in  Col.  William  Williams'  Regiment  of 
Militia  in  the  service  of  the  United  States — 1777. 


Names 

When 
enter** 
service 

When  dis- 
charged 

Time  in 
service 

Pr. 

month 

Total  due 

Timo.  Clark 
Charles  Eichards  Jr. 
Elisha  Walker 
Asa  White 
Daniel  Eichards 

Sept.  27 
ti      t( 

a         (I 
((          t( 

Oct.  20 

(1      II 

24  days 

(1      11 

<i       <( 
i(      II 
It       <i 

2.10.0 

2.10 

2.10 

2.10 

2.10 

2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 

£  10.0.0 

Chas.  Richards,  Lt. 

Putney,  3  Sept.  1778.  Personally  appeared  the  above  named 
Charles  Richards  and  made  solemn  oath  to  the  truth  of  the  above 
pay  roll. 

Before  me,  Jonas  Fay,  Asst. 


Putney,  3rd.  Sept.  1778. 


The  above  Pay  Roll  examined. 

Jonas  Fay,     ) 
Ira  Allen,      [ 


Com« 


Date  above  reed,  of  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treasurer  of  the  state  of 
Vermont,  ten  pounds,  the  contents  in  full  of  the  above  pay  roll, 

Charles  Richards,  Lt. 
^10.0.0 


44 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[196]  l^Capt.  Ebenezer  Allen  s  Company\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Eben®  Allen's  Company  in  Col.  Samuel 
Herrici's  Regiment  of  Rangers,  raised  by  the  State  of  Vermont, 
for  the  defense  of  the  United  States. 


No. 

Days 

^ 

/^hen 

days 

Names 

Enterec 

1  Dischar* 

in 
serv- 

Amt. of      e] 
pay           n 

alist- 
lent 

for 
which 

1777 

ice 

out 

pay 
due 

1 

778 

Eben*  Allen  Capt. 

July  15 

Dec.   6 

Ja 

n.  15 

185 

Isaac  Clark  Ist.  Lt. 

4.16.8        ' 

t          i  ( 

185 

Ethan  Pier  2nd     " 

4.16.8 

(          (  £ 

185 

Jacob  Wood    Ist.  Seigt. 

145 

4.16.8 

(          1  ( 

185 

David  Griswold  2nd.    " 

145 

4.16.8 

(        ct 

185 

Ephraim  Wood  3rd.    " 

145 

4.16.8 

(           i  ( 

185 

Elisha  Ashley  Ist.  Corp. 

145 

4.16.8 

(           C( 

185 

Abel  White    2nd. 

145 

4.16.8        ' 

i       1 1 

185 

Eichard  Crovets  8rd.   " 

145 

4.16.8       ' 

(      (( 

185 

John  Bishop,  Fifer 

145 

4.16.8 

i       i  i 

185 

Winslow  Perry,  Drum. 

145 

4.16.8        • 

(       4  i 

185 

Cyrus  Clark      Private 

145 

4.16.8 

<      <( 

185 

Eichard  Barnom     " 

145 

4.16.8 

i       a 

185 

Joseph  Lanone       " 

145 

4.16.8 

(       (( 

185 

Peter  How 

145 

4.16.8 

(       (» 

185 

William  Ashley 

145 

4.16.8 

i       (f 

185 

Daniel  Hp,wkin8 

145 

4.16.8 

i       a 

185 

David  Bradey 

145 

4.16.8 

i        ti 

185 

Nehemiah  Kellogg 

145 

4.16.8 

i         <  c 

185 

Benj.  Haskins 

145 

4.16.8       ' 

(       1  i 

185 

Azor  Perry 

145 

4.16.8 

i        (* 

185 

Daniel  Adams 

145 

4.16.8 

t        li 

185 

Jonathan  Corey 

145 

4.16.8 

i       it 

185 

Nathan  Foord 

145 

4.16.8 

i       a 

185 

Eben"  Corey 

145 

4.16.8 

i       a 

185 

Benj.  Parks 

145 

4.16.8       ' 

i        i  c 

185 

Philip  Matteson 

145 

4.16.8 

i        4  i 

185 

Phineas  CiooflP 

145 

4.16.8 

t        i  i 

185 

Josiah  Allen 

145 

4.16.8       ' 

i         (  c 

185 

Jacob  Corey 

145 

4.16.8 

i       i  i 

185 

Daniel  Steward 

145 

4.16.8 

I           i  ( 

185 

John  Ti'ain 

145 

4.16.8 

(           i* 

185 

Eichard  Colvin 

145 

4.16.8 

i           H 

185 

Ezra  Sweate  (Sweele) 

145 

4.16.8        ' 

i           U 

185 

Benajah  Wells 

145 

4.16.8 

t       a 

185 

Zipron  Herrick 

145 

4.16.8 

i        i  i 

185 

Levi  Wood 

145 

4.16.8 

i       a 

185 

Jacob  Smith 

145 

4.16.8        ' 

i       a 

185 

Amos  Ives 

145 

4.16.8 

i        I  ( 

185 

Nathaniel  Wood 

145 

4.16.8 

i        n 

185 

Simeon  Prentiss 

145 

4.16.8       ' 

i          C( 

185 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


45 


No. 

Days 

Wher 

I     daj's 

Names 

Entered 

Dischar"" 

in 

Amt.  of 

enlist 

for 

serv- 

pay 

ment 

which 

1777 

ice 

out 

pay 
due 

1778 

Stephen  Kingsley 

July  15 

Dec.   6 

145 

4.16.8 

Jan.  1 

5         185 

Amos  Herrick 

(  <         <t 

145 

4.16.8 

II     II 

185 

Joh.n  Knight  (Night) 

t  (          (( 

145 

4.16.8 

II     1 

185 

Luther  Philomon 

"     4 

145 

4.16.8 

'C       . 

185 

John  Eeon  Biancher 

It     It 

145 

4.16.8 

1 1      i 

185 

Darins  Chipman 

C(          t  ( 

145 

4.16.8 

II      1 

'         185 

Jona.  Nelson 

(I       <l 

145 

4.16.8 

II       11 

185 

David  Gilmore 

((      <( 

145 

4.16.8 

II         11 

185 

Edward  Turner 

"  m 

130 

4.  6.8 

11       II 

169 

John  Wright 

Aug.  3 

126 

4.  4. 

««     < 

165 

Eufus  Bates 

"      4 

125 

4.  3.4 

((      < 

164 

Samue]  Fletcher 

l(          41 

125 

4.  §.4 

CI          1  1 

164 

George  Potter 

It          11 

125 

4.  3.4 

l(      I 

164 

Josiah  Ladd 

1(          t( 

125 

4.  3.4 

Sept.  ' 

r          33 

Stephen  Jackson 

(1          (( 

125 

4.  3.4 

Jan.  1 

5        164 

Lemuel  Roberts 

"   16 

113 

3.15.4 

1  (     t 

163 

Eben'  Judkins 

Ct         t  < 

Deserted 

30 

John  Glidden 

"   20 

109 

3.12.8 

Sepl.K 

5         149 

Joseph  Roe 

"   24 

105 

3.10.0 

Jan.   li 

5         145 

Adonijah  Montague 

II     <i 

105 

3.10.0 

II     II 

145 

Jon"  Newton 

Sept.  1 

98 

3.  5.4 

II     ( 

137 

Orsamus  Holmes 

«<    i< 

98 

3.  5.4 

II     II 

137 

• 

;{:272.12.8 

Bennington — Feb.  17,  1779.  The  within  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
each  soldier  or  his  order,  that  is,  what  is  due  to  each  soldier,  the 
amount  of  this  pay  roll  being  two  hundred  and  seventy-two  pounds 
twelve  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Tho«  Chittenden. 
To  Ira  Allen  Esq,  Treasurer. 

We  whose  names  are  hereunto  subscribed,  do  acknowledge  we 
have  received  our  pay  in  full,  according  to  the  within  Pay  Roll,  for 
service  in  Capt.  Eben^  Allen's  Company  of  Rangers  in  the  year 
1777. 

Paid  by  currency  to  Luther  Fillmore 

Reed,  in  full  for  John  Wright,  Edw.  Smith 

P.  Cloff  by  receipts 

P.  Matteson     "         " 

Jon*  Newton 

ReC^  in  behalf  of  Danl.  Stewart — M.  Lyon 

Paid  Jon''  Corey  by  his  order 


46  STATE   OF   VERMONT 

Reed,  for  Stephen  Jackson  pr,  Sam^  Horsford,  Simeon  Prentice 

Richard  Barnum 
Richard  Colven  X  his  mark. 
John  Train 
Sam'  Roberts 
David  Griswold 
John  Knight 

Reed,  in  full  for  Josiah  Allen  per  me 
Parley  Hulett 
Ephraim  Wood 
Nathl.  Wood 
Cyrus  Clark 
Winslow  Perry 
Adonijah  Montague 
Eph™  Wood 
William  Ashley 
Azor  Perry 

Jona.  Nelson  for  Danl.  Adams 
Benj.  Haskins 
Amos  Herriek 
Rufus  Bates 
Daniel  Haskins 

his 

Benajah  x  Wells 

his 
mark 

Ezra  X   Sweat 
Ja^  Lawrence 
Stephen  Kinsley 
Levi  Wood 
Jacob  Smith 
Nathan  Ford 
Jno.  Reon  Blanchard 
David  Gillmore 

Reed,    for   and    in   behalf   of    Darius   Chapman     Per   me 
Job  Spofford. 

Feb.  8,  1786.'    Reed,   of  I,  Allen,  Treasurer  ^^4.6.8  in   full  on  the 
within  roll. 

Edward  Turner  x   his  mark. 
Vermont  Money 

•  Reed,  for  and  in  behalf  of  Richard  Crouck  per 

Jacob  Corey. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


47 


[194] 


\Capt.  Levi  Goodenough's  Company  of  Eangers] 


A  Pay.  Roll  of  Capt.  Levi  Goodenough's  Company  of  Rangers 
in  Col.  Sam^  Herrick's  Regiment  raised  by  the  State  of  Vermont 
[1777?] 


Names 

Entrance 

Discharge 

Days 

Total 

Sergt.  Maj.  James  Mack 

July 

24 

Nov. 

30 

130 

4.  6.8 

C.  M.  Archibald  Panel 

( ( 

24 

i  i 

(( 

130 

4.  6.8 

Sergt.  Dan'  Dondroon 

<( 

24 

Dec. 

5 

135 

4.10.0 

"       Nicholas  Pullen 

Aug, 

14 

CI 

II 

114 

3.16.0 

El  Elisha  Fitch 

i  % 

22 

Nov. 

30 

101 

3.  7.4 

Corp'  John  Gately 

July 

26 

Dec. 

5 

133 

5.  8.8 

"      Jas.  Handley 

Aug. 

5 

Nov. 

30 

118 

3.18.8 

"      Isaac  Panel 

July 

24 

Oct. 

4 

73 

2.  8.8 

Henry  Henderson 

Aug. 

20 

Sept. 

18 

30 

1.  0.0 

Abner  Duncan  (Dunnum) 

t( 

10 

i( 

16 

35 

1.  5.4 

James  White 

July 

26 

Oct. 

4 

75 

2.  9.4 

Daniel  Davis 

1 1 

30 

Nov. 

30 

123 

4.  2.0 

Abraham  Hawkins 

(( 

25 

24 

123 

4.  2.0 

James  Huzzey  (Huzzy) 

(1 

27 

30 

127 

4.  5.8 

Joseph  Lyon 

Aug. 

1 

24 

116 

3.17.4 

Daniel  Forster 

I  < 

10 

30 

113 

3.15.4 

Jon*  Howard 

July 

2B 

24 

125 

4.  3.4 

Eeuben  Whitcomb 

Aug. 

10 

t  i 

109 

3.11.4 

Nathan  Williams 

S'        •< 

(> 

Dec. 

5 

115 

3.18.8 

Sam'  Staflford 

(( 

14 

Nov. 

24 

103 

3.  8.8 

John  Russell 

( t 

<t 

Dec. 

5 

114 

3.16.0 

Elijah  Cook 

July 

28 

Nov. 

24 

120 

5.  0.0 

Joseph  Macker 

<> 

24 

Dec. 

5 

135 

5.10.0 

Benj.  Nelson 

(< 

(  i 

Nov. 

30 

130 

5.  6.8 

Elhanan  Perry 

( ( 

27 

Dec. 

5 

132 

5.  8.0 

Benj.  Lyman 

( < 

26 

Nov. 

30 

128 

5.  5.4 

Abenlam  Webster 

K 

If 

II 

1 1 

128 

4.  5.4 

Nathan  Prate 

(1 

24 

11 

II 

130 

4.  6.8 

John  Healy 

(t 

i  ( 

<i 

24 

124 

4.  2.8 

John  Wil  cocks 

<( 

(( 

11 

30 

134 

4.   9.4 

Andrew  Panel 

Aug. 

20 

(1 

1  c 

103 

3.  8.8 

David  Henderson 

Ci 

(  < 

Dec. 

5 

108 

3.12.0 

Jonathan  Davis 

July 

24 

Nov. 

30 

130 

4.   6.8 

Isaac  Hearharte 

It 

25 

II 

(  ( 

129 

4.  6.8 

James  Anderson 

Aug. 

20 

<i 

ii 

103 

3.  8.8 

Henry  Bolcum 

t  ( 

5 

Dec. 

5 

123 

4.  2.0 

Benj.  Fletcher 

i( 

5 

Nov. 

24 

112 

3.14.8 

James  Walsworth 

<c 

14 

Aug. 

21 

7 

0.  5.8 

;^140.12.9 

Putney,  3rd.  Sept.  1778 


The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  by 
Jonas  Fay  )  ^      „.,. 
Ira  Allen   \  Committee  app. 


48 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Rec<i  Febr.  10,  1778.  Bennington  of  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treasurer 
of  the  State  of  Vermont  by  several  receipts,  one  hundred  and 
thirty-four  pounds,  three  shillings  in  part  of  the  within  Pay  Roll. 

Pr. 

Levi  Goodenough,  Capt. 
;^^134.3.0 

Reed.  Putney,  Sept.  3,  1778  of  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treasurer,  six 
pounds  and  nine  shillings  which  with  the  above  sum  is  in  full  of 
the  within  Pay  Roll. 

^6.9.0  Pr.      Levi  Goodenough.  Capt. 

[27]  \Capt.  John  Warnei-' s  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Warner's  Company  in  Lt.  Col. 
Herrick's  Reg*  of  Rangers  for  the  advanced  pay  that  was  engaged 
by  the  State  of  Vermont,  at  £,\  per  man  per  month.     [1777  ?] 


Names. 

When 
entered 

When  dis- 

No.  days 
in 

Amt,  of 

service 

charged 

service 

pay 

Sergt.  Silas  Childs 

July  20 

Dec.     3 

137 

4.11.4 

Saml.  Bradley 

<(       li 

137 

4.11.4 

"       Saml,  Dewey. 

*'      21 

136 

4.10.8 

Corpl.  Stephen  Eastman 

"      20 

137 

4.11.4 

Paul  Nelson. 

t  e          t( 

137 

4.11.4 

"       Elisha  Warner. 

Aug.   30 

96 

3.  4.0 

David  Hough 

Sept    12 

83 

2.15.4 

John  Hathaway 

July   20 

137 

4.11.4 

Solomon  Brown 

"      21 

136 

4.10.8 

Thos.  Galusha 

( <       <  ( 

136 

4.10.8 

Issachar  Norton 

i\            <  c 

136 

4.10.8 

Erastus  Hathaway 

n           << 

136 

4.10.8 

Stephen  Holmes. 

II            41 

136 

4.10.8 

Onesimus  Eisdon 

1  <            11 

136 

4.10.8 

Benj.  Morgan 

<1            11 

136 

4.10.8 

Jos,  Morgan 

I(            (1 

136 

4.10.8 

Amos  Wood 

1  i           11 

136 

4.10.8 

Silas  Walbridge 

a        i< 

136 

4.10.8 

Nathan  Parker 

<<        (< 

136 

4.10.8 

Martin  Harmon 

1  <        << 

136 

4.10.8 

Daniel  Beman 

11        (( 

136 

4.10.8 

Hezekiah  Scott 

(1        11 

136 

4.10.8 

Thos.  Wood 

Aug    15 

111 

3.  4.0 

Joseph  Jackett 

July  28 

129 

4.   6.0 

Patrick  Cushman 

II       1  ( 

129 

4.   6.0 

Justice  Allen 

"      20 

137 

4.11.4 

John  Burk 

"      20 

137 

4.11.4 

Joel  Parker 

t  I              (  t 

137 

4.11.4 

John  Coben 

( (           Ki. 

28 

0.18.8 

Jason  Glason 

Aug.     1 

125 

4.   3.4 

Mich  Parker 

"      26 

100 

8.   6.8 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


49 


Names 

When 
entered 
service 

When  dis- 
charged 

No.  days 

in 
service 

Amt.  of 
pay 

Eben  Lee 

Sept.    4 

Dec.     3 

91 

3.  0.8 

Benj.  Whipple 

Aug.   18 

108 

3.12.0 

Josiah  Welch 

'•      39 

97 

3.  4.8 

Daniel  Galusha 

Sept.    1 

94 

3.  2.8 

Josiah  Avery 

4 

91 

8.  0.8 

Eben"^  Barns. 

"      12 

88 

2.15.4 

Amos  Mead 

July    21 

186 

4.10.8 

Jona.  Hart 

Aug    25 

101 

3.  7.4 

Daniel  Welch 

July   21 

Aug.  20 

81 

1.  0.8 

;^35.  4.8 

Sept.  29,  1778.     I  certify  upon  honor  that  this  pay  roll  is  just 
and  true  in  all  its  parts. 

^35.4.8  John  Warner,  Capt. 

Sept.  29,  1778.     To  the  Hon.  Ira  Allen  Esq.   Treasurer. 
Sir.     Please  to  pay  Capt.  John  Warner  ninety-five  pounds  four 
pence,  being  in  full  of  the  balance  due  to  him  on  the  above  pay 
roll,  Bounty  and  Recruiting  Money.     By  order  of 

Moses  Robinson  |    ^      .„ 
Ira  Allen  f  ^""^ 

Sept.  29,  1778.       Rec'd  of   Ira   Allen,    Treasurer,    ninety-five 
pouads  four  pence  in  full  of  the  above  account. 

John  Warner,  Capt. 


[18]  [Capt  Parmdee  Aliens  Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen's  Company  in  Col.  Her- 
rick's  Reg't  of  Rangers  for  the  advanced  pay  engaged  by  the 
authoritv   of  the    State  of  Vermont  at  £1    per    man    per   month. 

[1777?]  ' 


Names 


Sergt.  John  Luddenton 
"      Eben*^  Farnsworth 
"      John  Smith 

Corpl.  Eben'  Wilton 
"    Timo.  Allen 
"    Eben'  Kingsbury. 

Amos  Stow 

[4] 


When 

entered 

sub'n 


When  dis- 
charged 


July  15 


Dec.     3 


Aug   15 


Days  in 
service 


142 
142 
142 
142 
142 
142 
111 


Amt.  pay 


4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
3.14.8 


50 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

When          -rr;ri 

entered      „i 
sub'n        ^^ 

en  dis 
arged 

Ebene.  Mallary 

July  15       D 

3C.      3 

Joshua  Colver 

ii          a              i 

i              i  ( 

Josiah  Farnsworth 

((         11               ( 

t               ii 

Ichabod  Parker 

(1          it               ( 

Epaphrae  Ripley. 

Aug  1           * 

Jona.  Prindle 

July  15 

David  Miller 

>i       It         ( 

David  Warrenaugh 

Aug    1          ' 

Abram  Vanduser 

(111          ( 

Henry  Walkins 

July  15 

Andrew  Simons 

i  (             It                    c 

Joseph  Henberton 

(1           (1                I 

John  Whitney. 

..If           i 

Moses  Sayer 

Aug.  1 

Daniel  Adams 

July   15 

John  Boldridge 

Aug.  1 

Jacob  Nonis 

"      20 

Ephraim  Marble 

July  15 

Asa  McQuevy 

1  (       .  <          ( 

John  Miller 

11       II          ( 

Jesse  Field 

11       1 1          k 

Eben''  Wright 

1  C              1  £                     4 

Saml.  Chapin 

<l                (1                        C 

Jona.  Atwood 

Sep.    15 

Reuben  Green 

...      7 

Levi  Hatch 

4  (                        C(                            ( 

Eph'"  Blaekman 

July   15         ' 

Joseph  Aaron 

11       (1          i 

Andrew  Ford 

(1              K                      C 

John  Spencer 

li               <l                      t 

Simon  Coats 

Oct.    2 

Reuben  Coats 

,  (             (  (                    < 

Daniel  Wise 

(  <                M                        i 

Caleb  Allen 

"        1 

Abner  Blancher 

i(        (<            < 

Felix  Powel 

II          i  e               I 

Joseph  Farnsworth 

July  15 

Days  in 
service 


142 

142 

142 

142 

125 

142 

142 

125 

125 

142 

142 

142 

142 

125 

142 

125 

106 

142 

142 

142 

142 

142 

142 

82 

88 

88 

142 

142 

142 

142 

68 

(VA 

68 

64 

64 

04 

142 


Bounty  money  for  forty-five  men 
Recruiting  money  for  the  same 


Cash  paid  him 


Amt.  pay 


14.8 
14.  S 
14.8 
14.8 
8.4 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.  8.4 
4.  8.4 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.  8.4 
4.14.8 
4.  8.4 
8.10.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14  8 
4.14.8 
2.18.4 
2.18.8 
2.18.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
4.14.8 
14.8 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.8 
2.8 
2  8 
14.8 


;^181 

10 

6 

270. 

0 

0 

18. 

0 

0 

^469.16.6 

292. 

4 

0 

Balance  due 


;^  177.12.6 


Parmelee  Allen,  Capt. 
In  Council,  Bennington,    16*''   June,    1778.     Having:  examined 
the  above  pay  roll,  do  approve  of  the  same  and    find   the   balance 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


51 


due  to  Capt.  Allen  to  be  ^^177. 12. 6  which  you  are  hereby  directed 
to  pay  him.  Thos.  Chittenden 

to  Capt.  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treasurer. 

Rec'd.  June  30,  1778  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  one  hundred  and 
seventeen  pounds  twelve  shillings  and  six  pence  in  full  of  the 
above  account     P''  me. 

Parmelee  Allen,  Capt. 

[364]  [Two  Men  who  had  been  Prisoners] 

A  Pay  Roll  for  two  men,  viz.  Philip  and  Stephen  Smith,  be- 
longing to  Capt.  Elisha  Burton's  Company  in  Col.  Saml.  Herrick's 
Regiment  of  Rangers,  raised  by  the  State  of  Vermont,  who  were 
captured  at  Lake  George  Landing  the  24''''  day  of  September.  1777, 
and  remained  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy  as  prisoners,  until  one, 
that  is  Stephen  Smith,  died,  which  was  the  5^''  day  of  Oct.  1777, 
the  other,  that  is,  Philip  Smith,  remained  in  the  hands  of  the 
enemy  as  a  prisoner  until  he  was  exchanged  in  a  cartele  from 
Halifax  and  returned  home  the  14^''  day  of  January,  1779. 


Names 

When 
taken 
prison- 
ers 

Died  or 
when 
dis- 
charged 

Days 
after 
taken 

11 
476 

P^ 

month 

2.0.0 
2.0.0 

Total 

14.8 
31.14.8 

Stephen  Smith 
Philip  Smith 

1777 
Sept.  24 

1777 

Oct.  5 

1779 

Jan.     14 

£%2.  9.4 
11.16.0 

;^44.   5.4 

(Philip  Smith  Jr.      See  Receipt  on  original.) 

''  2  guns  of  the  best  and  suitable  for  Eaugers 
2  powder  horns  |^  8.  6.0 


Also,  a  retain 
to  draw 


2  bullet  pouches) 
{  2  blankets 
I  2  haversacks 

I 


12.0 


which  were  ta- 
ken from  the 
above  named 
2.10.0  }  Stephen  Smith 
8.0  I        and  Philip 

I     Smith  by  the 

11.16.0  J  enemy. 


In  Council,  Manchester,  Oct.  16,  1779.  Sir,  Please  pay  to 
Philip  Smith  or  order  the  sum  of  forty-four  pounds  five  shillings 
and  four  pence  L  money  on  the  within  account,  being  approved  by 
the  council. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

To  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treasurer. 

Date  above  reed,  the  contents  of  the  above  order  for  and  in 
behalf  of  Mr.  Smith.  John  House. 


52 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


[211] 


\Capt.   William  Heatons  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  William  Heaton's  Company  of  Militia, 
under  the  command  of  Peter  Olcott  in  the  service  of  Vermont 
State,  from  the  time  of  their  engagement  until  discharged  by  the 
commanding  officer  of  the  Northern  Department. 

Engaged  Sept.  20.1777. 


Names 

1 

1 

Days 

Pr. 

Month 

Miles 
134 

Entered 

Total 

William  Heaton,  Capt. 

36 

20th. 

Solomon  Cushman,  Lt. 

36 

134 

i  • 

Elisha  Woodworth,  Ensign 

36 

134 

1 1 

Elijah  Gates,  Sergt.  Major 

36 

2.10.0 

134 

i  i 

3.  0.  0 

John  Wright,      " 

36 

2.10 

134 

1  ( 

3.  0.  0 

Calvin  Parkhurst,  Sergt 

36 

2.10 

134 

1. 

3.  0.  0 

Elihu  Hosford 

36 

2.10 

134 

t  i 

3.  0.  0 

Levi  Eoot 

36 

2.10 

134 

(I 

3.  0.  0 

Samuel  HutchinBon  Corpl. 

36 

2.10 

134 

1 1 

3.  0.  0 

Nathan  Morgan              " 

36 

2.10 

134 

'• 

3.   0.   0 

Daniel  Gilbert 

36 

2.10 

134 

i  i 

3.   0.  0 

Joel  Strong 

36 

2.10 

134 

t  i 

3.  0.   0 

Phineas  Parkhurst,  Fifer 

36 

2.10 

134 

>< 

3.  0.  0 

Gershom  Bartlet 

36 

2.10 

134 

1 1 

3.  0.  0 

Walter  Abbit 

36 

2.10 

134 

1 1 

3.  0.  0 

Irael  Brown 

36 

2.10 

134 

i  t 

3.   0.   0 

Joseph  Bartlet 

36 

2.10 

134 

t  < 

3.  0.   0 

Joseph  Ball 

36 

2.10 

134 

" 

3.  0.  0 

Elijah  Beman 

36 

2.10 

134 

t( 

3.  0.   0 

William  Cushman 

36 

2.10 

134 

(( 

3.  0.  0 

Samuel  Curtis 

36 

2.10 

134 

.  t 

3.  0.  0 

Levi  Baldwin 

36 

2.10 

134 

t . 

3.  0.  0 

Frederick  Earnest 

36 

2.10 

134 

i  i 

3.  0.  0 

Peter  FirmHU 

36 

2.10 

134 

4  ( 

3.  0.  0 

Joseph  Havens 

36 

2.10 

134 

1  . 

3.  0.  0 

Robert  Hande 

36 

2.10 

134 

i( 

3.  0.  0 

John  Hutchinson 

36 

2.10 

134 

i< 

3.  0.  0 

William  Moor 

36 

2.10 

134 

i  ( 

3.  0.  0 

William  Bell 

36 

2.10 

134 

t   ■ 

3.  0.  0 

Saml.  Partridge 

36 

2.10 

134- 

i  t 

3.  0.  0 

Joel  White 

36 

2.10 

134 

(  ( 

3.   0.   0 

Samuel  Wright 

18 

2.10 

134 

i^ 

1.11.  3 

Joshua  Spear 

36 

2.10 

134 

(  . 

3.  0.  0 

Joseph  Wheeler 

36 

2.10 

134 

Ci 

3.  0.  0 

Benj.  Spalding 

31 

2.10 

134 

( ( 

2.  3.10 

John  Strong 

31 

2.10 

134 

I  c 

2.  3.10 

John  Burton 

18 

2.10 

134 

<( 

1.10.  0 

Benj.  Chamberlin 

36 

2.10 

134 

'( 

3.  0.  0 

;{:  145.15.   7 

William  Heaton,  Capt. 


KF.VOl.b'TKJNARY    WAR    ROLLS 


53 


c.   .      r  T7-  .  )  .  )  Then  the  with- 

State  of  Vermont  I      In  Council      t  in  Pav  Roll  was 

•      Norwicn,  August  24,  1778      f  (examined     and 

approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the  same,   which 

is  one  hundred  and  forty-four   pounds  fifteen  shillings  and   seven 

pence. 

Joseph  Marsh 

Nov.  30,  1778.     Received  the  above  sum  in  behalf    of   Capt. 
Heaton 

Peter  Olcott 
By  mistake  made  in  the  pay  roll,  received  18/ more. 
^145.15.7  Peter  Olcott. 


[275] 


[Capt.  Frye  Bayley's  Company^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Frye  Bayley's  Company  of  Militia,  under 
the  command  of  Col.  Peter  Olcott,  in  the  service  of  the  State  of 
Vermont.  [1777?] 


Time  of 

In  service 

when 

Pr. 

month 

Wages  due 

Names 

engage- 

dis- 

Miles 

with 

ment 

Mos. 

days 
4 

charg'd 

milage 

Frye  Bayley,  Capt. 

Sept.  23 

Oct.  27 

270 

1.  2.  6 

Nathaniel  Morrell,  Lt. 

i  4            (  * 

4 

a        t* 

270 

1.  2.  6 

Robert  Hunkins,  Lt. 

X   (               {( 

4 

t  i        .  t 

270 

1.  2.  6 

Moses  Chamberlin,  Sergt. 

t(             1   (« 

4 

(>        .1 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Eobert  Stimson, 

l< 

4 

t  (        i  < 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Sylvanus  Heath,          " 

It             t  i 

4 

t  (           t  £ 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

Stephen  Rider 

C(            ki 

4 

(>           >  ( 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Bartholomew  Sumner, 

Corpl. 

it      i( 

4 

i<          4< 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

Thomas  Brock 

i  (       t  ( 

4 

"          <1 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

Enos  Sawyer                " 

1  i        t  ( 

4 

•>          It 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

Duncan  McClain          "' 

( (       ( ( 

4 

'  <          I  ( 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

William  Johnson 

a         (( 

4 

'  (          >l 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

Uriah  Chamberlin 

i  (        ( t 

4 

<•          It 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Enoch  Brown 

1 1        ( i 

4 

i  <          1( 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

David  Hazeltine 

*  4               i  I 

4 

*  *           (. 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Pelatiah  Bliss 

i  1              t    ( 

4 

"          '  < 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Benjamin  Davies 

i  (                (  ( 

4 

>  (          (1 

2.16.8 

270 

3.1f».  2 

David  Read 

<i         c. 

4 

it              Ci 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

John  Orr 

k  <        ( f 

4 

(i             4  ( 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

James  Orr 

( c        k^ 

4 

<>            11 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

John  Ormond 

.1 

4 

11             <( 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

David  Whittier 

(•         u 

4 

11             11 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Peter  Johnson 

a         it 

4 

11             11 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

Zumenick  Indian 

hi        it 

4 

1  (             (1 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

54 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Time  of 

In  service 

when 

Pr. 

month 

Wages  due 

Names 

engage- 

dis- 

Miles 

with 

ment 

Mos. 

days 

charg'd 

milage 

John  McClarin 

Sept.  23 

4 

Oct.  27 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Alexander  Thompson 

11     >  < 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Jonathan  Martin 

( (     It 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Ichabod  Collins 

a        i  i 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

James  McLaughlin 

^i       a 

4 

2,16.8 

270 

3.19.   2 

Patrick  Kannady 

a        Ck 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

William  Mitchell 

>i    .    1  ( 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Ephraim  Martin 

<(       t  ( 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Joseph  Taylor 

it        ti 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

George  Gregg 

( (       « ( 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

James  Bayley 

it       (1 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Benjamin  Martin 

((       II 

4 

2.] 6. 8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Josiah  Page 

.1       11 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Jonathan  Fowler 

1  <       11 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19,  2 

Dudley  CarJeton 

11       It 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

William  Wallace 

»i       i  1 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

Ephraim  Bayley. 

11       1  ( 

4 

2.16.8 

270 

3.19.  2 

/:i53.15.10 

Lawful  money. 

Frye  Bayley,  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont.  Bennington,  June  13,  1778.  The  within 
Pay  Roll  being  examined  is  accepted  by  the  Council  and  the  Treas- 
urer is  ordered  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  ^^153.15.10  by  order  of 
Council.  '  Thos.  Chittenden. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Windsor,  Feb.  21,  1783.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  sixty-six  pounds 
eight  shillings  and  nine  pence,  lawful  money,  for  and  in  behalf  of 
Frve  Bayley. 

'  ^153.15.10  Neh.  Lovewell,  Jr. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


55 


[372] 


Capt.  Joshua  Ilazens  Company^ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Joshua  Hazen's  Company  of  Militia,  under 
the  command  of  Col.  Peter  Olcott,  in  the  service  of  Vermont 
State,  from  the  time  of  engaging^  until  their  discharge  by  the  com- 
manding officer  of  the  Northern  Department.     1777. 


Names 

Entered 
service 

Days 

p, 
month 

Total 
wages 

Miles 

Joshua  Hazen,  Capt. 

Sept. 

23 

34 

Richard  Wait,  Lt. 

** 

(t 

34 

Stow 

Saml.  How  Savage.  Ensign 

C( 

34 

Paniel  Spooner             " 

" 

84 

Eben''  Hoisington,  Sergt. 

t  ( 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

David  Wright 

1  ( 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Nathan  Call 

4' 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

John  Grissel              " 

(< 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Edmund  Harvey,  Corpl. 

<  ( 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Benj.  Skinner           "     - 

(  t  . 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Abijah  Lanfere,  Fifer 

<4 

34 

2.10 

2.16.H 

18 

Benj    Bell 

i    i 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

David  Brewster 

X 

34 

2.10 

3.16.8 

18 

Erastus  Chapman 

(i 

84 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Edward  Grannis 

i  i 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

John  Smead 

t  < 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

James  Dunfee 

<( 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Thomas  Vaill 

<i 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Thomas  Hunter 

« i 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Warren  Cottle 

1 1 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

William  Powers 

*  ( 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Jehiel  Bobbins 

(  . 

84 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Solomon  Hazen 

.  4  k 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Luke  Lanfere 

.  c 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Hezekiah  Hazen 

*  i 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Anthony  Sheldon 

4  * 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Thomas  Barrit 

II 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Asa  Taylor 

(• 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

William  Patterson 

i  i 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

John  Dunbar 

<( 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Zimri.  Luce 

i  t 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

John  Billings 

<( 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Joseph  March 

t  ( 

84 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

John  W.  Dana 

1  C 

34 

■2.i0 

2.16.8 

18 

J  onathan  Burt 

(4 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Joseph  Barrit 

(i 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Ignatius  Sprague 

(. 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Nathl.  Throop. 

(> 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Thomas  Hunt. 

1  ( 

34 

2.10 

2.16.8 

18 

Solomon  Kent. 

>< 

84 

2.10 
Due 

2.16.8 

18 

£rm.  6.4 

Joshua  Hazen,   Capt. 


56 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


In  Council,  Bennington,  June  12,  1778.  The  within  Paj^  Roll 
accepted  and  approved,  the  sum  of  which  is  one  hundred  and 
thirty-six  pounds  four  shillings,  which  sum  the  Treasurer  is  di- 
rected to  pay  per  order  of  Council.        Thomas  Chittenden,  Gov'' 

Reed.  Windsor,  Oct.  26,  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  One 
hundred  and  thirty-six  pounds  four  shillings  in  full  for  this  pay- 
roll, for  and  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Joshua  Hazen. 

Elkanah  Sprague 

[236]        l^Capt.  Abel  Marsh's  force  engaged  in  transporting  flour'\ 

A  Return  of  Men  and  Horses  em-ployed  by  Capt.  Abel  Marsh 
in  carrying  Flour  from  Connecticut  River  to  Battenkill  for  the  use 
of  the  Northern  Army,  by  order  of  Jacob  Bayley ,  P.  [B]  D.  G.* 
13th.  Oct.  1777. 


Names 

Days 

No. 
horses 

Miles 

Pr.  day 

Total 

Joseph  Marsh 

15 

140 

0.  4.0 

3.  0.0 

Nathan  Howling 

15 

140 

0.12.0 

9.  0.0 

Josiah  Lamb 

9 

140 

0.12.0 

9.  0.0 

John  Strong 

9 

80 

0.12.0 

5.  8.8 

Joseph  Safiord 

9 

80 

0.12.0 

5.  8.8 

W"^  Powers 

10 

80 

0.12.0 

5.  8.8 

Oliver  Kidder 

10 

-  120 

0.16.0 

8.  0.0 

Israel  Burlingame 

10 

120 

0.16.0 

8.  0.0 

Jerathmel  Powers 

10 

120 

0.12.0 

6.  0.0 

Roger  Bates 

10 

120 

0.12.0 

6.  0.0 

Saml.  Scott 

120 

0.12.0 

6.  0.0 

Elijah  Masson 

6 

120 

0.  4.0 

2.  0.0 

James  Bnrch 

9 

80 

0.12.0 

3  12.0 

Elkanah  Sprague 

15 

80 

0.12.0 

5.   8.0 

Zebulon  Lyon 

15 

340 

0.12.0 

9.  0.0 

Eldad  Hubbard 

140 

0.12.0 

9.   0.0 

Joel  Marsh 

16 

140 

0.  4.0 

3.   0.0 

Roswell  Morgan 

16 

160 

0.12.0 

9.12  0 

Leut.  Benton  (?) 

160 

0.1 2v0 

9.12.0 

Joshua  Spear 

160 

0.  4.0 

3.  5.4 

Levi  Baldwin 

16 

^ 

160 

0.  4.0 

3.   5.4 

Elijah  Smalley 

16 

160 

0.12.0 

9.12.0 

Abner  Howard 

160 

0.12.0 

9.12.0 

Oliver  Udal 

140 

0.  4.0 

3.   0.0 

Darius  Sessions 

80 

0.  4.0 

1.16.0 

Peter  Thatcher 

140 

0.   4.0 

3.   0.0 

Dau'  Waterman 

140 

0.   4.0 

3.   0.0 

David  Staton 

3 

45 

0.12.0 

1.10.0 

Nathl.  Boardman 

3 

12.0 

1.16.0 

Joseph  Hatch 

3 

12.0 

1.16.0 

Cash  expended  on  the  voige 


3,16.0=;^168.  2.8 


Attest 
'B.  D.  G.  stands  for  Brigadier  General? 


Abel  Marsh. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


57 


This  certifies  that  by  the  direction  of  Maj.  Gen'  Lincoln,  I 
ordered  the  within  supplies  of  flour,  which  was  delivered  to  the 
commissary  at  Battenkiln,  at  the  time  within  specified,  when  the 
baggage  horses  were  discharged. 

Jacob  Bailey,  Brig.  Genl. 

Pay  Table  Office.  Charlestown,  N.  H.,  Oct.  25,  1781 
The  within  account  examined,   and  there   is  allowed  thereon 
seventy-eight  pounds  one  shilling  and   four  pence,  lawful  money 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Abel  Marsh 
or  the  bearer. 

Timo.  Brownson,  ) 

Tho's  Chandler,     v  Committee. 

John  Strong,  ) 

Rec'd  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order  in 
behalf  of  Capt.  Abel  Marsh 

Peter  Olcott. 


[114] 


CaJ>t  Abraham  Salisbury's  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Ab™  Salisbury's  Company  on  Otter  Creek, 
raised  in  Clarendon  by  advice  of  committee  of  Safety  and  princi- 
pal inhabitants  of  the  towns  of  Wallonford,  Clarendon,  Rutland, 
and  Pittsford,  on  being  alarmed  by  the  enemy's  coming  to  Pitts- 
ford,  taking  some  prisoners  and  plundering  some  houses.  Capt. 
Salisbury's  Company  came  to  Pittsford  Oct.  17,  1777 — went  away 
the  28th  of  the  same  month. 


Names 

Entered 

Dis- 
charged 

Pr. 

month 

Total 

1777 

Capt.  Ab""  Salisbury 

Oct.  17 

Oc.     23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

"     Thomas  Sawyer 

17 

23 

2.10 

0  12.   6 

Sergt.  Joseph  Smith 

17 

23 

2  10 

0  12.   6 

"       Zedediah  Jackson 

17 

26 

2.10 

0.17.   4 

"       Jabez  Weaver 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

"       Zebediah  Green 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.    6 

Clk.  Asahel  Blanchard 

17 

23 

2.10 

1.    1.   6 

Sylvanus  Brown 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Noel  Potter 

17 

25 

2.10 

0.18.   9 

Abn^  White 

17 

%'> 

2. 10 

0.12.   6 

Saml.  Waters 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.18.   9 

Thos.  Tuttle 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Jacob  Partridge 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Ne'^  Angell 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

W^  Cox 

17 

25 

2.10 

0  18.   9 

58 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Entered 

Dis- 
charged 

Pr. 
month 

Total 

1777 

Abel  Spencer 

Oct.  17 

Oc.    23 

2.10 

0.12.    6 

Thos.  Curtis 

19 

23 

2.10 

0.   8.11 

Edw''  Owens. 

17 

25 

2.3  0 

0.18.   9 

David(?)  Niles 

17 

23 

2.10 

0  12.   6 

Tho^  Eddy 

19 

23 

2.10 

0.   8.11 

Levi  Colvin 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

David  Warner 

17 

21 

2.10 

0.   8.    9 

Benj   Foster 

16 

20 

2.10 

0.   7.   0 

Oliver  Arnold 

19 

23 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Jesse  Place 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

John  Squire 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

A.  Arnah  Brooks. 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Peter  Tarbox 

19 

23 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Nathan  Place 

19. 

23 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Obadiah  Gill. 

19 

28 

2.10 

1.   0.    9 

W°^  Rounds. 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Joseph  Barker 

17 

25 

2.10 

0.16.   0 

Obadiah  Edmunds. 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Jona  Edy 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Silas  Whitney 

17 

23 

2.10 

0  12.   6 

Silas  Whitney,  Jr. 

19 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Benj.  Stevens,  Jr. 

19 

25 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

James  Stevens 

19 

23 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Jos.  Williams. 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Joel  Foster 

17 

25 

2.10 

0.16.   0 

Peter  Edy 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Mark  Jeney 

17 

19 

2.10 

0.   5.    3 

Jonah  Ives. 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

Needham  Drury 

17 

28 

2.10 

1.   1.   6 

Azariah  Brooks 

17 

23 

2.10 

0.12.   6 

James  Rounds. 

19 

23 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Mathew  Cox 

19 

26 

2.10 

0  14.   3 

Noah   Bush 

17 

28 

2.10 

1.    1.   6 

Aaron  Bush 

23 

28 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Wallis  Sutherland 

17 

21 

2.10 

0.   9.   0 

Nathl.  Shelton 

17 

26 

2.10 

0.17.   6 

Eben''  Cooley 

17 

25 

2.10 

0.16.  0 

James  Edmonds 

17 

25 

2.10 

0  16.   0 

Daniel  Stevens 

19 

21 

2.  It) 

0.   5.   3 

Abel  Stevens 

19 

24 

2.10 

0.10.   9 

Saml.  Wi\liams. 

20 

28 

2.10 

0  15.   9 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


59 


Names 

Entered 

Dis- 
charged 

Pr. 

month 

Total 

Joseph  Jackson 
Ezekiel  Clark. 
Jarnes  Smith 
Elihu  Allen. 

1777 

Oct.  19 

19 

19 

19 

Oc.    20 
21 
21 
21 

2.10 
2  10 
2.10 
2.10 

0.    3.    6 
0.    5.    3 
0.   5.   3 
0.   5.   3 

;^37.    7.11 

Nov.  9,  1779.  This  day  personally  appeared  Capt.  Abraham 
Salisbury  and  made  solemn  oath  to  this  account  before  me. 

Neh.  Angell,  Justice  of  Peace 

To  His  Excellency  Thomas  Chittenden  Esq.,  Governor  and  to 
the  Honorable  Council.  Please  to  pay  this  account  to  M''  Asahel 
Blanchard.  Ab™  Salisbury,  Capt. 

Nov.  12,  1779.  This  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the 
Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  thirty- seven  pounds 
seven  shillings  and  eleven  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

To  I.  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer. 

Nov.  15,  1779.     Reed,  in  full  of  I.  Allen. 

;^87.7.11 

[151] 


Asahel  Blanchard. 


l^Scou^s  senf  out  from  Woodsiock\ 

A    Roll    of    the    Men    that   scouted    from    Woodstock    in    the 
year  1777. 


Names 

Days  out. 

Names 

Days  out 

Charles  Killam  • 

2 

Eben'-  Call. 

3 

Saml.  Pratt 

2 

Timo    Knox 

4 

Billy  Gray. 

2 

Joseph  Call. 

4 

John  Sanderson 

2 

Eben''  Crain 

4 

William  Smith 

2 

Isaac  Hoisington 

4 

Jona.  Farnsworth. 

2 



Joseph  Darling. 

2 

Total 

36 

Phineas  Powers; 

3 

Woodstock,  Oct. 


1  rv      1  rVrVD 
i  (  ,    1  (   <  O. 


Phineas  Williams,  Capt. 
of  s*'  Town. 


60 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


The  above  men  found  themselves  the  time  out  36  days  at  12  / 
per  day  makes  ;^21.12.0. 

Your  committee  appointed  to  settle  and  adjust  acc'^  having- 
])erused  the  within  account  and  adjusted  the  same  at  12  /  per  day, 
do  find  due  on  the  same  ;^21.12.0. 


Paul  Spooner     )  „ 
Benj.  Emmons  j"  ^° 


mmittee. 


To  Ira  Allen,  Esq.  Treasurer.  You  are  hereby  directed  to  pay 
Capt.  Phineas  Williams  the  within  account,  it  being  twenty-one 
pounds  twelve  shillings. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Reed.  Windsor,  Oct.  22,  1778  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  twenty- 
one  pounds  twelve  shillings  in  full  for  this  order. 

^21.12.0  Phineas  Williams. 


[250] 


[Two  Officers  who  had  been  taken prisoners\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Frye  Bayley  and  Lieut.  Nehemiah  Love- 
well,  while  in  captivity,  sent  [with]  Flag  by  the  Hon.  Maj.  Genl. 
Gates,  in  the  month  of  December,  1777. 


Names 


Frye  Baylej',  Capt. 
Neh.  Lovewell,  Lt. 


Months 

in 
service 


12 
12 


Waeres 

pr. 
month 


8.0.0 
5.8.0 


Amt.  of 
rations 


24.0.0 
12.0.0 


Amt.  pay 

and 

rations 


120.0.0 
77.6.0 


Cash 
reed,  in 
Jan.  1779 


96.   0.0 
64.16.0 


Balance 


Bennington,  Feb.  2,  1782.  Personally  appears  before  me 
Lieut.  Nehemiah  Lovewell  and  makes  solemn  oath  that  the  above 
account  is  just  and  true,  and  that  he  received  for  the  above  account 
from  the  United  States  in  the  month  of  Jan.  1779  the  sum  of  sixty- 
four  pounds  sixteen  shillings  continental   money  and  no  more. 

Isaac  Tichenor,  Justice  of  Peace. 

State  of  Vermont.      In  Genl.  Assembly,  Feb.  22,  1782. 

Resolved,  That  the  Committee  of  Pay  Table  be  directed  to  allow 
the  sum  of  twenty-four  pounds  to  Capt.  Frye  Bayley  and  Lt.  Nehe- 
miah Lovewell,  the  sum  of  twelve  pounds  lawful  money,  being  for 
rations  due  to  them  as  per  the  within  acct.  and  that  an  order  be 
drawn  upon  the  Treasurer  accordingly. 

Attest.  Roswell  Hopkins,  Clerk. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  22  Feb.  1782.  The  above 
account  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


Gl 


unto  Lt.  Nehemiah  Lovevvell  the  sum  of  twelve  pounds,  agreeable 

to  the  above  resolve. 

Nathl.  Brush         )  n^^^;.^^^ 
^.         T^  >  Lommittee 

Timo.  Brownson  ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  Feb.  20,  1783.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen.  Esq. 
Treasurer,  the  contents  of  within  order,  being  thirty-six  pounds 
lawful  money,  for  myself  and  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Frye  Bayley. 

Nehemiah  Lovewell  Jr. 

[82] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Men  raised  in  an  Alarm  to  defend  the  frontiers 
of  this  State. 


Commence- 

Days in     j.. 
service 

Names 

ment  of 

scharged 

Doll's 

£.  s.  d. 

pay 

Dauiel  Smith 

Mar.   9 

9         ]\ 

lar.    18 

9 

2.14.0 

Elisha  Wright 

9 

C                  <( 

9 

2.14.0 

Jared  Post 

9 

(                  i  i 

9 

2.14.0 

Nath.  Perry 

9 

t                 C< 

9 

2.14.0 

Jonathan  Eowley 

9 

i                (  ( 

9 

2.14.0 

Matthew  Cox 

9 

9 

2.14.0 

Johel  Smith 

8 

17 

8 

2.  8.0 

John  Williams 

8 

17 

8 

2.  8.0 

James  Hopkins. 

9 

18 

9 

2.14.0 

Joseph  Williams 

9 

li                t » 

9 

2.14.0 

John  Stearns 

8 

17 

8 

2.  8.0 

Silas  Rood 

8 

1         (i 

8 

2.  8.0 

Timothy  Bishop, 

7 

16 

7 

2.  2.0 

Absalom  Talor. 

9 

18 

9 

2.14.0 

Christopher  Kenyon 

9 

ii        (1 

9 

2.14.0 

Jesse  Place. 

9 

i<        II 

9 

2.14.0 

;^41.    8.0 

The  above  pay  roll  is  just  and  true  in  all  its  parts,  without 
fraud  to  the  State  or  any  individual. 

Thos.  Sawyer,  Captain. 

The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer 
is  ordered  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  forty-one  pounds,  eight 
shillings. 

^41.8.0  Thos.  Chittenden. 

Reed.  Dec.  28,  1778  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  roll,  which  is  forty  one  pounds  eight  shillings. 

?"■  me. 

Thos,  Sawyer,  Captain. 


62 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[251] 


[^Capt  Daniel  Comsfock's  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Comstock's  Company  for  two  days  service, 
done  in  April  1778,  by  order  from  Governor  Chittenden. 


Names 

Entered 
service 

April  22 

Whei 
^      dis- 
charge 

'      No. 
^    days 

Pr. 

r^onth 

Total 
0  8.4 

Capt.  Daniel  Comstock 

April  2 

3          2 

2.10.0 

.          [These  (t^7o)  linea 
f     appear   to   be   erased 
r    in  tha  ori/inal  BoU. 
)             C.  L.  Knapp.] 

Lt.  Eli  Brownson 

'*      '* 

2 

2.10.0 

0.3.4 

Sergt.  John  Lee 

t  t        i  £ 

2 

do 

8.4 

'•      Samuel  Hoit 

t  V         t  * 

2 

do 

3.4 

Corrl.  John  Burnam 

( t         <  ( 

2 

do 

3.4 

Benj.  Lewis 

(t         «» 

2 

do 

3  4 

Benj.  GriflSn 

I  (         <•  ( 

2 

do 

3.4 

Ebene.  Murray- 

a       I  c 

2 

do 

3.4 

Amos  Chipman 

4  t            (  t 

2 

do 

3.4 

Beuben  Parks 

I  (            It 

2 

do 

3.4 

Daniel  Barber 

C  C            <l 

'           2 

do 

3.4 

^ 

Ichabod  Bartlett 

i(         if 

2 

do 

3.4 

Jed''  Bingham 

*  (         <  1 

2 

do 

3.4 

Ebene.  Bradley 

a        t  i 

2 

do 

3.4 

Ebene.  Lee 

t  (        it 

'            2 

do 

3.4 

Gilbert  Bradley 

t  (        *  < 

2 

do 

3.4 

Zerah  Payne 

t  (        (I 

t               o 

do 

3.4 

Benj.  Bradley 

t  (           t  c 

'           2 

do 

3.4 

Jona.  Hoit 

(i        (* 

2 

do 

3.4 

Jona.  Wright 

k   <                4  ( 

2 

do 

3.4 

• 

;^3.0.0 

I  do  certify  the  above  roll  to  be  just  and  true. 

Daniel  Comstock,  Capt. 

The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treas- 
urer is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  David  Comstock,  which  is 
three  pounds. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 


Arlington,  Nov.  20.  1778.      Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer, 
by  the  hand  of  John  Fassett,  the  within  contents. 

Danl.  Comstock,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


63 


[542 J  [^Capt.  Solomon  Cush?nan's  Company\ 

A  Muster  Roll  of  part  of  Capt  Solomon  Cushman's  Company 
in  the  Battalion  of  forces  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  com- 
manded by  Col.  Timothy  Bedle,  1778. 


i    1.  April  Capt  Solomon  Cushman 
Appointed  •<  Do    iJo      1  Lieut  Elias  Stevens 
/  Do    Do     1 


No. 

Appointed 

Sergeants 

Term 

Remarks 

• 

for  1  year 

1 

April  1'^* 

8 

Azel  Spalding: 

^do 

2 

Do 

] 

Jeremiah  Persevel 

do 

3 

Do 

1 

Gershom  Morse 

do 

1 

Corporals  Do 

8 

Joshua  Speer 

do 

3 

Do 

8 

Elijah  Baldwin 

do 

3 

Do 

8 

Ely  White 
fife 

do 

Do 

1 

Phinehas  Parkhurst 

do 

Inlisted 

privates 

1 

April 

10 

William  Annable 

do 

2 

do      • 

1 

Elisha  Brown 

do 

3 

do 

1 

Silvester  Bugbee 

.  do 

Filed 

■  4 

do 

1 

Eleazer  Cushman 

do 

"Capt.  Cushman's 

5 

do 

1 

Nehemiah  Closson 

do 

Muster   Roll    in 

6 

do 

1 

Barjonas  Dammon 

do 

my  Detachment 

7 

do 

8 

Solomon  Hazen 

do 

at  Albany  1778." 

8 

do 

8 

John  Kent 

do 

9 

do 

1 

Daniel  Lovejoy 

do 

The    following    is 

10 

do 

1 

Job  Morse 

do 

written  on  Roll 

11 

do 

7 

Azal  Perseval 

do 

in  red  ink : — 

12 

do 

1 

William  Porter 

do 

"reed  28"'   March 

13 

do 

1 

Thomas  Savage 

do 

1820— with  loose 

14 

do      • 

1 

Elkna  Sprague 

do 

papers  foun  draf- 

15 

do 

1 

John  win  troop 

do 

ter  the  mail  was 

IG 

do 

8 

Solomon  White 

do 

robbed." 

Albany,  July  30.  1778.  Mustered  then  part  of  Capt.  Solomon 
Cushman's  Company  as  specified  in  the  above  Roll. 

Richard  Lush,  Dep>"  M.  M. 

Present  1  Capt.  1  Lieut.  3  sergts.  3  Corporals— 1  fife — 16  pri- 
vates 

We  do  swear  that  the  within  Muster  Roll  is  a  true  State  of  the 
company  without  fraud  to  the  United  States  or  to  any  individual 
according  to  our  best  knowledge. 

Solomon  Cushman  Capt. 


64 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Sworn  before  me  at  Albany  this 

Secy's  Office,  Concord,  N.  H.,  July  23,  1845 


day  of  July  1778. 

John  Stark  B.  G. 


A  true  copy. 


Attest, 


Thomas  P.  Treadwell, 

Secretary  of  State. 


[8] 


[CapL  Isaac  Clark's  Company^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Isaac  Clark's  Company  of  Militia,  raised 
by  order  of  Major  General  De  la  Fayette,  for  the  defence  of  the 
frontiers  and  on  Lake  Champlain,  to  receive  additional  pay  from 
the  State  of  Vermont. 


Namks  and  Rank 

Entered 
service 

Dis- 
charged 

Days 

Total 

1778 

Capt.  Isaac  Clark. 

Mar  2 

May  2 

60 

12.   0.0 

Lt.  Ethan  Pier 

t,      i  ( 

( . 

8.   2  0 

"    Nathl.    Holmes. 

1      ( t 

>  i 

8.   2.0 

Serg..  Maj.  Jas.  Smith 

1      ( 1 

I  i 

4.   0.0 

"      Eben'  Wood. 

t      ( . 

I  i 

4.   0.0 

"      Benj.  Holmes. 

t      ( ( 

( i 

4.   0.0 

"      Saml.  Royce 

i      I » 

( ( 

4.   0.0 

"      Peter  Mclntyre 

(      1  ( 

( > 

4.16.0 

Corpl    W"'  Ashley. 

(      1 1 

i  (, 

4.   0.0 

"       Jos.  Lawrence 

1      <  1 

( 1 

4.   0.0 

"       Caleb  Matteson 

(      t  ( 

t  ( 

4.   0.0 

Edward  Turner 

.      ( ( 

>  < 

4.   0.0 

Drum'^  Richd,  Bentley. 

(      1 1 

( ( 

4.   0.0 

Fifer  Stephen  Savy 

t      ( 1 

i  i 

4.   0.0 

Phinehas  Rysley. 

(      t  ( 

4 1 

4.   0.0 

John  Train 

i      i  ( 

( 1 

4.   0.0 

Sylvanus  Brown 

i      t  ( 

i  i 

4.   0.0 

Moses  Kent'  ■ 

(      i  i 

I  ( 

4.   0.0 

Onesimus  Risden 

I                   4  i 

( ( 

4.   0.0 

Perley  Howlett 

(                  1,   1 

( ( 

4.   0.0 

Nathl.  Whitney. 

I                  t  ( 

1  i 

4.   0.0 

Nathan  Perry. 

t                  (   ( 

i  i 

4.   0.0 

Noah  Beach 

(                  I  1 

1  i 

4.   0.0 

Asa  Hale 

I                  k  f 

i  ( 

4.   0.0 

Frederick  Cushman 

(                   (  ( 

( ( 

4.   0.0 

Chapman  Holley. 

1                  (   1 

( i 

4.   0.0 

Adonijah  Montague 

(                  t  < 

1 1 

4.   0.0 

Zebadiah  Green 

(                  (   1, 

( ( 

4.   0.0 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


65 


Names  and  Bank 


Entered 
service 


Dis- 
charged 


Days 


Total 


Josiah  Ed4y. 
John  Fuller. 
James  Bates 
James  Brock. 
Jehoshaphat  Holmes. 
Silas  Jerads 
Reuben  Post 
Saml.  Blakeley. 
Eleazer  Mallory 
Oliver  Herman. 
Jona.  Marshall 
John  Odale 
Felix  Menter 
Bethuel  Tubbs 
Henry  Matteson 
Alex"  Berr 
Jerem^  Clark 
Esquire  Wood 
Alfred  Hathaway. 
James  Ewing 
Elisha  Smith 
Pliny  Smith 
Tharis  Boice 
John  R.  Blanchard 
Gideon  Allen 
Daniel  Judd 
Isaac  Pollard 
Graham  Hurd 
Solomon  Hopkins 
Clement  Clark. 
John  Andrus. 


1778 
Mar   2 


May  3 


60 


4. 

4 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 


0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
00 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 
0.0 


^253.   8.0 


State  of  Vermont,  May  25,  1778.  To  Ira  Allen  Esq.,  Treas- 
urer. 

Sir,     Pay  to  Capt.  Isaac  Clark  the  sum  of  two  hundred  and 

three  pounds,  eight  shillings,  lawful  money,  tog-ether  with   fifty 

pounds  that  he  has  already  received,  will  make  the  amount  of  the 

above  roll.     This  and  his  receipt  hereon  shall  be  to  you  a  sufficient 

warrant.  ^,  . 

[5]  Thos.  Chittenden. 


66 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Treasurer's  Office,  Arlington,  May  28, 1778.  ReCd.  of  M.  Lyon, 
Ast.  to  Ira  Allen  Esq.,  Treasurer,  two  hundred  and  fifty-three 
pounds,  eight  shillings  lawful  money,  being  the  amount  of  the 
above  roll. 

;^258.8  0  Isaac  Clark,  Capt. 


[294,  see  next  roll]  \^Detachment  ufider  Capt.  Nathan  Smith'] 

An  Account  of  a  Detachment  under  the  command  of  Capt, 
Nathan  Smith,  finding  themselves  provision,  when  called  to  assist 
Capt.  Eben''  Allen  in  the  month  of  April,  1778 — thirty-six  men 
finding  themselves,  five  days,  nineteen  men  finding  themselves 
three  days.     Their  names  viz. 


William  Sexton 
Reuben  Rowley 
David  Curtis 
Daniel  Purdy 
Daniel  Alb)'' 
Isaac  Marks 
Cephas  Kent 
Andrew  Lovejoy 
Truman  Powell 
Nathan  Rowley 
Solomon  Soper 
Jonathan  Allen 
John  Roberts 
Benj.  Mclntyre 
Warren  Barlow 
Zebediah  Day 
Abijah  Dunning 
George  Olds 


Isaac  Underbill 
Joseph  Mclntyre 
Charles  Collins 
Wm.  Brumley 
John  Sawyer 
Richard  Mclntyre 
Benj.  Vaughn 
W"  Roberts 
Nathan  Sprague 
Obadiah  Allen 
Mr.  Randle  (Randel) 
Benj.  Purdy  Jr. 
Jon'^  Page 
Bethuel  Brumley 
Martin  Barber 
Isaac  Reynolds 
Jonathan  Ormsby 
Reuben  Baker 


Timo.  Soper 
Philip  Mead 
Lorin  Larkins 
Jacob  Odle 
Isaac  Whelpeley 
Philip  Reynolds 
Stephen  Smith 
Daniel  Johns 
W™  Beedle 
Abel  Bristo 
Nathl.  Bostwick 
W""  Drew 
Stephen  Mead 
David  Hutchinson 
Benj.  Huntley 
Timo.  Mead 
German  Bullis 
Gideon  Warren 
Thos.  Barney 


The  above  account  examined  and  allowed  each  man  for  each 
day  six  shillings  which  amounts  in  the  whole  to  seventy-one 
pounds  two  shillings,  and  the  Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the 
same. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Reed.  Treasurer's  Office.  Jan.  12,  1779,  of  Ira  Allen.  Treasurer, 
seventv-one  pounds  two  shillings. 

;^71.2.0.  Per  me,  Nathan  Smith,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


67 


[66,  see  last  roll]  [^Detachment  under  Capt.  Nathan  Smith'] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  detatchment  under  the  command  of  Capt. 
Nathan  Smith  for  services  done  to  assist  Capt.  Eben''  Allen,  April, 
1778 — made  up  at  ;^2.10.0  per  man  per  month. 


,-r                                       When 
Na^es                             entered 

When  dis- 

Days in 

Amount 

charged 

service 

of  pay 

1 

778 

Sergt.  W""  Sexton                          Aj 

dI.  23 

May    4 

12 

1.   0.0 

''       Reuben  Rowley 

"       6 

14 

1.   3.4 

"       David  Curtis 

"       4 

12 

1.   0.0 

**       Daniel  Purdy                          ' 

(t       (( 

12 

1.   0.0 

"       Daniel  Alby. 

Apl.  26. 

4 

0.   6.8 

Corpl.  Isaac  Marks                            ' 

May    4 

12 

1.   0.0 

Cephas  Kent 

»  fc 

.  t 

12 

1.   0.0 

"       Andrew  Love  joy. 

(  t 

i  i 

12 

1.   0.0 

"       Truman  Powel.                     ' 

fc  s 

( ( 

12 

1.  0.0 

Nathl.   Rowley. 

K   C 

( i 

12 

1.  0.0 

Solomon  Soper                                  ' 

'     27 

(   i 

14 

18 

l.ll.O 

Jonath"  Allen 

'     23 

(   K 

4 

12 

1.   0.0 

John  Roberts 

i  i 

12 

1.   0.0 

Benj.  Mclntyre                                  ' 

t  ( 

12 

1.   0.0 

Warren  Barlow                                   ' 

(  ( 

12 

1.   0.0 

Zedediah  Day                                     ' 

(  i 

12 

1.   0.0 

Abijah  Dunning                                 * 

' ' 

12 

1.   0.0 

Isaac  Underbill                                   ' 

t  ( 

12 

1.  0.0 

Joseph  Mclntyre                                 * 

( ( 

12 

1.   0  0 

Charles  Collins                                    ' 

(  ( 

12 

1.  0.0 

W""  Brumbly. 

14 

1.   3.4 

John  Sawyer                                      ' 

(  ( 

14 

1.   3.4 

Richard  Mclntyre                             ' 

i  1 

12 

1.  0.0 

Benj.  Vaughn                                    ' 

t  4 

12 

1.  0.0 

W°  Roberts 

(  < 

12 

1.  0.0 

Nathl  Sprague     '  •                            ' 

12 

1.   0.0 

Matthew  Randle                               ' 

i 

12 

1.   0.0 

Benj.  Purdy  Jr                                   ' 

i 

12 

1.   0  0 

Jona.  Page                                            ' 

( 

12 

1.  0.0 

Obadiah  Allen. 

' 

12 

1.  0.0 

Bethuel  Brumley 

' 

12 

1.  0.0 

Martin  Barber                                   ' 

* 

12 

1.  0.0 

Isaac  Reynolds                                    ' 

12 

1.  0.0 

Jonathan  Ormsby 

12 

1.  0.0 

George  Olds.                                       ' 

12 

1.  0.0 

Reuben  Baker.                                   ' 

12 

1.  0.0 

68 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 


When 
entered 


When  dis- 
charged 


Days  in 
service 


Amount 
of  pay 


Barnet  Born 
'Timothy  Soper 
Philip  Mead 
Lawrin  Larkin 
Jacob  Odell 
Isaac  Whelpeley 
Philip  Reynolds. 
Stephen  Smith 
Daniel  Johns 
W"  Beadle. 
Abel  Briston 
Nathl.  Bostwic 
W™  Drew. 
Stephen  Mead 
David  Hutchinson 
Benj.  Huntley. 
Timothy  Mead 
German  Ballis 
Gideon  Warren 
Thos  Barney 


1778 
Apl.  23 


May    4 
Apl.  25 


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5.0 
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The  above  pay  roll  is  just  and  true  in  all  its  parts,  without 
fraud  to  the  State  or  any  individual. 

Test, 

Nathan  Smith,  Captain. 

The  foregoing  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treas- 
urer is  directed  to  pay  the  same  which  is  fifty-two  [sic]  pounds  two 
shillings  and  eight  pence,  to  be  paid  to  Capt.  Smith  or  order. 

Thomas  Chittenden 

Sir — Please  pay  this  roll  to  John  Fassett,  Esq. 
To  I.  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer  Nathan  Smith,  Capt. 

Arlington,  Nov.  19,  1778. 

Reed.  Jan  19.  1779  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  forty-two  pounds 
two  shillings  and  eight  pence  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Smith. 

Pr.  me,  John  Fassett. 


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[232] 


\Capt.  William  Hutchins'  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  William  Hutchins'  Company  of  Provincial 
Troops  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  of  America,  commenc- 
ing May  1st,  ending  Nov.  30,  1778. 


Names 


William  Hutchins,  Capt. 
Jacob  Farman,  Lt. 
Simeon  Hatherway,  Adjt. 
Jacob  Rheubeck,  Surgeon 
Arthur  Aylesworth,  3nd.  M"' 
Stephen  Packson,  Sert.  M' 
Elon  Lee,  Drum  Major 
Eichard  Worden    Sergt. 
Philip  Matteson        "' 
David  Griswold        " 
John  Hutchins  Corpl. 
Othniel  Green 
Jona.  Corah  " 

Isaac  Reynolds       " 
Eber  Bradley  Fifer 
Jona.  Atwood 
Samuel  Baker 
Rufus  Briggs 
Caleb  Bennett 
Bernard  Bottom 
Richard  Biddlecom 
Asa  Baker 
Moses  Bump 
Nathan  Cartwright 
Joseph  Kellogg 
Lemuel  Cleveland 
Stephen  Cleveland 
Richard  Colvin 
Oliver  Carpenter 
Martin  Dunning 
Ammi  Fuller 
Benjamin  Frost 
Richard  Hemington 
Daniel  Harrick 
Samuel  Hopkins 
George  Hill 
Levi  Hill 
Frederick  Jewett 
Joseph  Lewis 
John  Miller 
Nathl.  Montague 
Joseph  Norton 
William  Popple 


Com- 

To what 

No. 

Pay  per 
month 

mence- 
ment of 

pay 

time 
paid 

months 
paid 

Total 

1778 

1778 

^ 

May  1 

Nov.  30 

7 

12.0.0 

84. 

( (     i  < 

1  (     11 

7 

8.2. 

56.14 

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84. 

July  17 

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18. 

81. 

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8 

56. 

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73 


Com- 

To what 

No. 

Pay  per 

month 

Names 

mence- 
ment of 

time 
paid 

months 
paid 

Total 

pay 

1778 

1778 

Ebene.  Popple 

May  1 

Nov.  30 

7 

9. 

14. 

Benj.  Parks 

7 

2. 

14. 

Caleb  Pratt 

7 

2. 

14. 

Samuel  Robbins 

7 

2. 

14. 

Ephaphras  Ripley 

* 

7 

2. 

14. 

Roger  Starkweather 

7 

2. 

14. 

Thomas  Starkweather 

7 

2. 

14. 

Ezra  Sweet 

7 

2. 

14. 

Asa  Strong 

7 

2. 

14. 

William  Tousley 

1 

2. 

14. 

Absalom  Tupper 

7 

2. 

14. 

Joshua  Wood 

7 

2. 

14. 

Andrew  Weaver 

7 

2. 

14. 

Jacob  Wheeler  ■• 

7 

2. 

14. 

Eben.  West 

7 

2. 

14. 

Killed 

Zeraah  Pain 

( 

(     <( 

May  26 

25  days 

2. 

1. 

Lawful  money 


;^1150.4.0 


William  Hutchins,  Capt. 

The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  allowed  each  man  fourteen 
pounds  apiece  except  the  five  commission  officers,  which  sum 
amounts  to  seven  hundred  and  forty-three  pounds  fourteen  shil- 
lings and  eight  pence,  lawful  money  which  the  Treasurer  is  ordered 
to  pay  to  Capt.  William  Hutchins.  Thos.  Chittenden, 

Then  received  of  the  Treasurer  the 


Arlington,  7th  Dec.  1778. 
above  account. 


Wm.  Hutchins,  Capt. 


[348]  .  [Capt   Thomas  Sawyers  Company'] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer's  Company  of  Provincial 
troops,  from  the  dates  of  their  several  enlistments  until  discharged, 
commencing  May  1st.  and  ending  Nov.  30,  1778. 


Names 

Com- 
mence' 
of  pay 

Time  in  service 

Dollars 

Dis- 
charged 

Total 

Mos. 

Days 

Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer 
Lt.  Saml.  Cambell 
Sergt.  Nathl.  Blau  chard 
"      Joseph  Chandler 
"      John  Sawyer 
"      Josiah  Farnsworth 

May  1 
II     1  < 

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11          It 

7 

3 

7 

7 

4 

4 

27 
4 
4 

6.75 

6.75 
6.75 
6.75 

Nov.  80 

<i     i< 
(.     1 . 
1  (     >i 
1  <     11 

14.  5.0 

7.16.0 

14.  5.4 

14.   5.4 

74 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 


Sergt.  Gideon  Allen 

Corpl.  Matthew  Randall 
"      Joseph  Famoth 
"      Thomas  Hinman 
"       Charles  Rice 

Drum'  Bethel  Brumley 

Fifer  Nathan  Rowley 

James  Allen 

Robert  Allen 

Nathan  Allen 

Edward  Allen 

Jehiel  Andrus 

Martin  Carber  (Barber) 

William  Brumley 

Tobe  Chad  ley  (Chadsey) 

Parish  Cobin 

Timo.  Clark 

Francis  Culver 

Saml.  Cogswell 

Thomas  Dewey 

Obadiah  Edmunds 

Daniel  Heard 

Eleazer  Heard 

Aaron  Tenney  (Jenney) 

Enos  Ives 

Nehemiah  Kellogg 

John  Moses 

Isaac  Marks 

Jonathan  Marshall 

Nathl.  Newton 

Jonathan  Rowley 

Stephen  Squiers 

Noadiah  Sawyer 

Nathan  Sprague 

William  Sutherland 

Niles  Soper  (Niels) 

Andrew'^Potter 

Joshua  Reynolds 

Eber  Rice 


Com- 

Time in  service 

Dis- 
charged 

mence' 
of  pay, 

Dollars 

Mos. 

Days 

4 

6.75 

May  1 

7 

Nov.  c 

!0 

(I            Ik 

7 

4 

6.75 

(  (           it 

7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

<  C          it 

7 

4 

6.75 

11           i  i 

7 

4 

6.75 

it          (  £ 

7 

4 

6.75 

t  <          (  c 

7 

4 

6.75 

(i       (( 

7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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4 

6.75 

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4 

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7 

4 

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4 

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7 

4 

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4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

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7 

4 

6.75 

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7 

4 

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4 

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4 

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4 

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4 

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4 

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4 

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7 

4 

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4 

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7 

4 

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7 

4 

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7 

4 

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1 

Total 


14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 


5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 


14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 
14. 


5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 


14.  5.4 
14.   5.4 


5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 
5.4 


I  £592.14.8 


Arlington,  Dec.  28,  1778.  The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and 
approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  five  hundred  and 
eighty  five  pounds  four  shillings  and  eight  pence,  which,  together 
with  ^7.10  already  paid  to  Lt.  John  Sawyer,  is  ^592.14.8,  the 
amount  of  this  roll.  Thos.  Chittenden. 

Dec.  28,  1778.      Reed,  the  contents  of  the  above  order, 
^592.14.8  Thos.  Sawyer,  Capt. 


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75 


[303] 


[Capt  Jesse  Safford's  Company\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Jesse  Safford's  Company  of  Provincial  Troops, 
from  the  dates  of  their  several  enlistments  until  discharged,  both 
days  included,  commencing,  the  first  of  May  and  ending  the  30th. 

Nov.  1778. 


• 

Com- 

Time of  Service 

Dollars 

When 

Names 

mence- 
ment of 
pay 

per 
month 

dis- 
charged 

Total 

Mos. 

Days 

Jesse  Safford,  Capt. 

May  1 

7 

4 

40 

Nov 

30 

14.  5.4 

William  Crook,  Lt. 

July  25 

4 

6 

27 

4  ( 

14.  5.4 

James  rietcher,  Sergt. 

May  1 

7 

4 

6  1 

1  I 

14.  5.4 

Joseph  Wood         " 

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7 

4 

6  " 

4  £ 

14.   5.4 

Amos  Holbrook     " 

July  25 

4 

6 

6  " 

(  ( 

14.   5.4 

Amasa  Powers,  Corpl. 

May  1 

7 

4 

6  " 

(  i 

14     5.4 

Nathan  Billings      " 

"     " 

7 

4 

6  " 

(  ( 

14.   5.4 

Wm.  Anebil 

1 .     ( ( 

7 

4 

6  " 

(( 

14.   5.4 

Joel  Butler 

(>     <> 

7 

4 

6  " 

C  ( 

14.  5.4 

John  Cnrtis 

.  (     <  ( 

7 

4 

6  " 

i  i 

14.   5.4 

Wm.  Bootmau 

ti     i( 

7 

4 

(5  " 

4  k 

14.  5.4 

Asa  Chedle 

( (     (< 

7 

4 

6  " 

(  ( 

14.   5.4 

Adin  Dike 

(t     <i 

7 

4 

6  " 

(  i 

14.  5.4 

Simon  Davis 

i(     i( 

7 

4 

6  " 

14 

14.   5.4 

Joseph  Lull 

u        .  ( 

7 

4 

6  " 

(( 

14.   5.4 

J  ohn  Neil 

<t      (t 

7 

4 

6  ♦' 

(  i 

14.   5.4 

Ezra  Perry 

f  <       1  k 

7 

4 

6  " 

^i 

14.  5.4 

Kufus  Root 

<1       ( t 

7 

4 

6  " 

6i 

14.   5.4 

Jeremiah  Rust 

t  (       <1 

7 

4 

6  " 

(( 

14.  5.4 

Jesse  Slack 

t(       i  ( 

7 

4 

6  " 

(  t 

14.  5.4 

Joel  Smead 

« (       (( 

7 

4 

6  " 

4  ( 

14.   5.4 

Enezer  Crain 

1  (      11 

7 

4 

6  " 

Nov 

30 

14.  5.4 

John  Lull 

((      11 

6 

18 

6  " 

18 

14.  5.4 

Amos  Slaton 

11       11 

6 

18 

6  " 

4( 

18.  8.3 

Asa  Dutton  (Duton) 

July  25 

4 

6 

6  " 

30 

8.12.4 

Silas  Hayward 

(  (         (t 

4 

6 

6  " 

(4 

8.12.4 

Abraham  Hawkins 

{  (         (  ( 

4 

6 

6  " 

(( 

8.12.4 

Benjamin  Lovejoy 

<  (         (t 

4 

6 

6  " 

4  4 

8.12.4 

George  Ray 

4  t           4  ( 

4 

6 

6  " 

(  t 

8.12.4 

Reuben  Robinson 

44           4  4 

4 

6 

6  " 

4  k 

8.12.4 

John  Averill 

Sept.  2 

1 

6  " 

Oct 

2 

1.  0.0 

Thos.  Read 

<  4               (4 

1 

6  " 

11 

4  C 

1.  0.0 

Moses  Hale 

"      25 

4 

6 

6  " 

Nov. 

30 

8.12.4 

/;S74:.9.Q 

The  v^ithin  pay  roll  is  just  and   true  in   all  its  parts,  without 
fraud  to  the  public  or  any  individual. 

Test,  Jesse  Safford,  Capt. 

The  within'pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  ordered  to  pay  on  the  same  to  Capt.  Jesse  Safford,  three  hundred 


76 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


and  fifty-nine  pounds  nine  shillings  and   six  pence,  that,  together 
with  fifteen  pounds  he  has  received,  will  make  the  whole  sum. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 
To  Ira  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer. 

Reed.  Dec.  28,  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  three  hundred 
and  fifty-nine  pounds  nine  shillings  and  six  pence  in  full  of  this  r.oll. 

Per  me,  Jesse  Safford,  Capt. 

By  a  mistake  in  the  within  roll  in  the  pay  of  John  Averill  and 
Thos.  Read  one  pound  to  each  man  two  pounds,  which  the  Treas- 
urer is  directed  to  pay. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 


Reed.  Dec.  28,  1778  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  two  pounds,  in 
full  of  this  account. 

Per  me,  Jesse  Safford,  Capt. 

[131]  \Detachment  under  Capt.  Gideon  Ormsby] 

Pay  Roll  of  a  Detachment  of  Col.  G.  Warren's  Regiment  under 
command  of  Capt.  Gideon  Ormsby  for  service  done  to  guard  the 
frontiers,  by  order  of  the  Governor  and  Council — made  up  at  ;^2.10 
per  month. 


Names 

When 
entered 

Whe 
dis- 
charged 

Days 

Total 

1778 

Sergt.  Cyprian  Eastman 

June    5 

July    6 

22 

1.16.8 

Dan  Kent 

22 

1.16.8 

Corp!.  Amos  Scott 

22 

1.16.8 

"      Abel  Bristol 

22 

1.16.8 

David  Bates 

22 

1.16.8 

Seth  Allen 

ik               I  t 

22 

1.16.8 

Benj.  Bears 

22 

1.16.8 

Joshua  Cousins 

22 

1.16.8 

German  Bullis 

a          <  t 

22 

1.16.8 

Rice  Beckwith 

22 

1.16.8 

Jared  Boorn 

22 

1.16.8 

Reuben  Baker 

i .          ( t 

22 

1.16.8 

James  Palmer 

22 

1.16.8 

Arra  Rose 

22 

1.16.8 

Hezek"^  Towsley 

22 

1.16.8 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


7T 


When 

Names 

When 
entered 

dis- 
charged 

Days 

Total 

1778 

Jona.  Eastman 

June    5 

July    6 

22 

1.16.8 

Ashbel   Sikes 

a          i  ( 

22 

1.16.8 

Stephen  Eastman 

( (          1  ( 

22 

1.16.8 

Selah  Harmon 

I  <          a 

22 

1.16.8 

David  Noble 

.(           a 

22 

1.16.8 

Wm.   Graves. 

it           ( ( 

22 

1.16.8 

John  W.  Bostwick 

t  (           i  ( 

22 

1.16.8 

Eliphas  Warner 

.  «           i( 

22 

1.16.8 

Benj.  Monger 

11           1 1 

22 

1.16.8 

David  Purdy 

( i           t  ( 

22 

1.16  8 

Saml.  Larafire 

<  (           a 

22 

1.16.8 

Walter  Gage. 

June  13 

14 

1.  3.4 

;^48.16.8 

Manchester,  Nov  2^,  1778.  I  do  certify  this  roll  to  be  just  and 
true,  without  fraud  to  this  State  or  any  individual. 

Gideon  Orrasby,  Capt. 

The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Gideon  Ormsby,  which  is  forty- 
eight  pounds  sixteen  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 


Reed,  the  14'''  of  December  1778  of  Ira  Allen ,  Esq.  the  con- 
tents of  the  above  order.     Per  me, 

Gideon  Ormsby,  Capt. 


73 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[188,  see  next  roll]      \Capt.  Samuel  Robinson's  Cotnpany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Samuel  Robinson's  Company  of  Militia, 
under  the  command  of  Lt.  Col.  Eben''  Walbridge,  for  twenty  days 
service,  commencing  15*^  June,  1778  ending  10*^  July,  1778,  both 
days  included. 


^ 

'hen 

When 

Com- 

No. of 

Pay  per 

month 

Names                    en 

tered 

left 

mence* 

days 

Total 

Be 

rvice 

service 

of  pay 

paid 

1 

778 

1778 

1778 

Judah  Worden,  Serg'            Ju 

DC   15 

July    9 

June  li 

5     24 

2.10.0 

2.  0.0 

Philip  Green.       do.                   ' 

t        t  ( 

><     (1 

24 

2.10. 

2.  0.0 

Daniel  Kinsley    do.                   ' 

i        i  ( 

"     10 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Daniel  Wood,  Corp'                  ' 

(      i  ( 

il     1  i 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Christopher  Cartwright,  do.      ' 

(      (> 

1  (     i  1 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Jeremiah  Clark  Jr.,         "         * 

1       <  ( 

"      9 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Oziah  Perry                                 ' 

1       (< 

<(     << 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

John  Pooley 

C          (t 

"     10 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Caleb  Morgan                            ' 

t        i  ( 

il     il 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Beuben  Bennett                        ' 

1       ( ( 

'(     t( 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Bussell  Weaver                           ' 

(       i  i 

ii     1 1 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Tho»  Phillips 

(      1  < 

ii     il 

* 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Jacob  Youngs 

1      1  ( 

1  (     i  < 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

John  Devon                                 ' 

1       il 

<i     1 1 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Anthony  Gassy  (Coffy)              ' 

t       (i 

<<     il 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Jona.  Morgan                              ' 

C          (i 

<i     (( 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Elijah  Wolcott 

(       t( 

(t     (I 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Caleb  Reham                               * 

i      1< 

ii     1 1 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Simon  Antisal                             ' 

(      <  ( 

(t     II 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Joseph  Hurd                                ' 

(       t  ( 

1  i     Ik 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

James  West                                 ' 

1      <l 

"       9 

24 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Seth  Bassett                                 ' 

(      <l 

(i          »  ( 

24 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Theophilus  Harrington 

(       ( t 

"     10 

24 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Nathan  Ford 

(       (1 

1  <     II 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

William  Howlit 

(      <t 

"       9 

25 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Eben'  Corey 

1       t  ( 

11     1  < 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

James  Bates                                 ' 

<          C( 

1  (     1  < 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

John  Blakesley                          ' 

t       (t 

<(     i  1 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Ira  Hawley                                   ' 

1       1  < 

II     <  1 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Sam'  Follsom                               ' 

t       ( f 

i  C          II 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Charles  Everts                            ' 

1       i  i 

i  C          i  ( 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Sam'  Griswold 

t       1  ( 

"     10 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Enoch  Wood 

(       (1 

II        it 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Caleb  Clark 

(       i( 

1  C          i  ( 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Tho»  Brow  Jr.  (?) 

(       (t 

i  (       II 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Roger  Kinsley                           ' 

1       1  < 

II       (> 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Sam'  Chapins 

(       << 

Ii       (i 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Erastus  Hathaway                      ' 

<       1  ( 

II       (1 

25 

'2.10 

2.  1.8 

Levi  Smith                                   ' 

C          1  1 

II       <1 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Asa  Graves                                   ' 

(       <t 

"       9 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Chauncy  Graves  (or  Chancy      ' 

(      1  ( 

if        i  i 

t         t  . 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

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79 


When 

When 

Com- 

No. of 

Pay  per 

Names 

entered 

left 

mence' 

days 

Total 

service 

service 

of  pay 

paid 

m\j±i  vxi 

1778 

1778 

1778 

Jasper  Olds 

June  15 

July  9 

June  15 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Joseph  Lawrence 

(1        u 

ti     1 1 

1 1     11 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Farman  (or  Hamman)  Law- 

rence 

(1      (1 

1  C          II 

(1     II 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Sylvanus  Brown 

t  k      It 

l>       11 

11     11 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Nathan  Salsby 

1  (       <  t 

"     10 

11     11 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Eufus  Spencer 

((       (» 

11     (1 

11     .1 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Josiah  Brig^s 

H          1  < 

(1     1  ( 

II     11 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Benaj*^  Webb 

1  <      <1 

Ik     11 

li     It 

25 

2.10 

2.   1.8 

Amasa  Ellis  (?) 

( (       It 

i<     II 

II     11 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Sam'  Horsfut 

<<       <( 

II     (t 

It     1 1 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Sam'  Merryman 

l>      1  ( 

"       9 

■  1     11 

24 

2.1U 

2.  0.0 

Daniel  Hodgkinson 

1  <      i( 

"     10 

11     II 

25 

2.10 

2.  1.8 

Henry  Parker 

i  i       (( 

"      9 

(1     11 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Aaron  Hublall 

><      >  ( 

II     II 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Peter  Averspors 

<(      II 

II     II 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Joseph  Sweat 

■  <       (< 

11     II 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Jofeeph  Congdon 

It      il 

11     11 

24 

2.10 

2.  0.0 

Stephen  Fuller 

II      II 

1 1     II 

24       2. 10 
Sum  Total- 

2.  0.0 

-;^12p.l5.0 

The  foregoing  pay  roll  is  just  and  true  in  all  its  parts,  without 
fraud  to  any  individual  or  to  this  State 

Test.     Samuel  Robinson,  Capt. 

The  foregoing  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the 
Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Samuel  Robinson, 
which  is  one  hundred  and  twenty  pounds  fifteen  shillings. 

Tho^  Chittenden. 


18*^  Dec.  1778.     Then   received  of  Ira  Allen  Esq.  the  contents 
of  the  above  order. 

Per  me.     Sam^  Robinson,  Capt. 


80 


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83 


[113]  [  Scouts  sent  out  from  Windsor\ 

B^The  State  of  Vermont  D^  to  the  inhabitants  of  Windsor  for 
scouting  done  from  June  to  September  in  the  year  1778,  per  'order 
of  Eben''  Woods,  Major. 


Names 

Days 

Names 

Days 

Saml.  Stow  Savage,  Lt. 

6 

Levi  Bishop 

2 

Eben"^  Hoisington,  En. 

2 

Joseph  Moulton 

2 

Elnathan  Strong,  Sergt. 

9 

Joshua  Slayton 

4 

Abel  iJavis,                 " 

7 

Frederick  Burnham 

2 

Matthew  Patrick,  Corpl. 

4 

Asa  Wooster,  Sergt. 

1 

Thos.  Norton 

4 

Seth  Bishop. 

1 

Eben''  Howard 

4 

John  Lombard 

1 

Solomon  Emmons. 

3 

Andrew  Spear 

3 

W^  Smead 

3 

Jeremiah  Bishop. 

3 

Thomas  Cooper 

2 

Matthew  Hammon 

2 

Silas  Bannister 

2 

Jona.  Kinsley. 

2 

Abel  Adams 

2 

71 

Steel  Smith,  Capt. 

The  committee  having  examined  and  adjusted  the  within  ac- 
count, find  due  thereon  forty-two  pounds  twelve  shillings. 

X42  12  0  PaulSpooner     )  p      ee 

J^^^-^^-^  Benj.  Emmons  f  '^^"^ 

To  Ira  Allen,  Esq.  Treasurer.  You  are  hereby  ordered  to  pay 
Capt.  Steel  Smith  the  within  account,  which  amounts  to  forty-two 
pounds  twelve  shillings.  Thomas  Chittenden. 

Reed.  Windsor,  Oct,  23"^  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  con- 
tents of  this  account,  forty-two  pounds  twelve  shillings. 

Per  me,     Steel  Smith. 

[247]  A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Scout  from  Moretown  July  1778. 


Names 

Days 

Pr.  day 

Miles 

Miles 

Total 

John  Barron,  Capt. 
Ebene.  Martin,  Capt. 
Nathl.  White,  Lt. 

10 
10 
10 

6.8 
6.8 
4.3 

80 
80 
80 

4d 

4 
4 

4.13.   4 
4.13.   4 
3.  9.   2 

^^12.15.10 

John  Barron,  Capt. 


84 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Rutland,  Oct.  24,  1784.  The  within  Pay 
Roll  being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  will  pay  the 
contents  of  the  same  to  Maj.  John  Barron,  for  himself  and  said 
scout,  being  the  sum  of  twelve  pounds  15/10  lawful  money. 

Timo.  Brownson  )  ^ 

>■  Committee 


Thos.  Tolman 


Treasurer's  Office,  Rutland,  Oct. 
the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

;^12.15,10 


29.     Reed,    of  the  Treasurer 
John  Barron. 


[26,  dupl  369]      [A  Scout  sent  out  by  Capt.  John  Throop\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Scout  sent  out  by  Capt.  John  Throop  in  the 
service  of  the  United  States,  by  order  of  Col.  Joel  Marsh,  the 'num- 
ber of  days  being  7,  the  service  done  in  the  month  of  August  and 
made  up  at  12/  per  day. 


Names 


John  Winchester  Dana 
William  Wilson 
Thomas  Vale 


Days 


7 
7 
7 


Amt. 


4.  4.0 
4.  4.0 
4.   4.0 


;^12.12.0 


A  true  account  certified  by 

John  Throop.  Capt. 

Pomfret,  Oct.  10,  1778. 

The  committee  appointed  to  examine  accounts,  having  ex- 
amined the  within  account  and  adjusted  the  same  at  12/  per  day, 
find  due  thereon  twelve  pounds  twelve  shillings.         Attest. 

Paul  Spooner     |  (-Q^^ee 
Benj.  Emmons  ) 

Windsor,  Oct.  22,  1778.  To  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treasurer.  You 
are  hereby  ordered  to  pay  Capt.  Throop  the  within  account,  which 
is  twelve  pounds  twelve  shillings, 

Thos.  Chittenden 

Rec'd  Windsor,  Oct.  24,  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  twelve 
pounds  twelve  shillings  in  full. 

Pr  me     John  Throop. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


85 


[261] 


[Escort  under  James  Bentley] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Party  of  Men  under  the  command  of  James 
Bently  in  taking  thirteen  Tories  in  Monkton  on  their  way  to 
Canada,  viz,  Benj.  Cole,  and  his  party,  and  for  bringing  them 
before  the  committee  at  Neshobe  [Brandon]  and  guarding  them  to 
Ticonderoga, 


Names 


Comdt.  James  Bentley 
Winchip  Hoit 
John  Bishop 
Richard  Barnum 
Jehiel  Gregory 

Rood 
Philip  Foot 
Philip  Foot,  Jr. 
William  Hopkins 
Samuel  Blodgett 
Sidfous  Blodgett 
James  Bentley,  Jr. 
Thos.  Bentley 
Daniel  Foot 
Israel  Everest 
Solomon  Story 

Noah  Sperry  (or  Sheney  or  Strong) 
Elihu  Webster 
Joseph  Barker 
Timo,  Barker 
Jesse  Tuttle 
Oni  Buck 


Days 

Pr.  day 

12 

0.9.0 

1 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

6 

0.9.0 

6 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9,0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

12 

0.9.0 

2 

0.9.0 

5 

0.9.0 

5 

0.9.0 

3 

0.9.0 

0 

0.9.0 

5. 
0. 
5. 
5. 
5. 


8.0 
9.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 


2.14.0 
2,14.0 
5.   8,0 


5. 

0. 

5. 
5. 

5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 


8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 


0.18.0 
2.  5.0 
2.   5.0 

1.  7.0 

2.  5.0 


^90.  9.0 


James  Bentley,  Capt. 


Oct.  3,  1778.  Then  personally  appeared  James  Bentley  signer 
to  the  above  pay  roll,  and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  same  is 
justly  and  truly  charged,  without  fraud  to  the  public  or  to  any  in- 
dividual. 

Before  me,     Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov. 


86 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Sir: — Please  to  pay  the  within  named  James  Bentley,  the  con- 
tents of  the  within  roll,  which  is  ninety  pounds  nine  shillings. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Reed.  Arlington,  Oct.  3,  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  ninety 
pounds,  nine  shillings  lawful  money,  being  the  contents  of  the 
within  Pay  Roll. 

James  Bentley,  Capt. 


[229] 


\Lieut.  Joseph  Little's  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Lt.  Joseph  Little's  Company  ,  Col.  Marsh's  Regi- 
ment, Oct.  10,  1778. 


Names 


Joseph  Little,  Ist  Lt. 

Joshua  Hallon,2nd  " 

Jabez  Sergeant,  Ist.  Sergt. 

John  Bisbee,  2nd.  " 

Simeon  Spencer,  3rd.  " 

Asa  Grout,  Ist.  Corpl. 

James  Atwood,  private 

Nicholas  Bragg    do 

John  Cass 

David  Chubb 

"Wm.  Dovener 

Moses  Gile,  Jr. 

Abner  Gile 

Nathan  Gile 

Samuel  Hoar 

George  Hall,  Jr. 

John  Hall 

Combs  House 

Orsamus  Holmes 

Wm.  Kellogg 

Wm.  McClellan 

Jeram.  Powers    ' 

Jesse  Richardson 

Amos  Sargeant 

Joseph  Wright 

Ezra  Sargeants,  2nd  Corpl. 


Time  of 

In  service 

When 

Pr. 

month 

engage- 
ment 

dis- 
charged 

Mos. 

Days 

Aug.  16 

21 

Oct.    5 

3.  2.0 

(        a 

1 

21 

3.  2.0 

(       <( 

1 

21 

2.10 

(       <  < 

1 

21 

2.10 

(        c  c 

21 

2.10 

(       ( i 

21 

2.10 

»       <{ 

1 

21 

2.10 

t        <t 

0 

2.10 

<       <t 

21 

2.10 

1       1  ( 

21 

2.10 

1       ti 

21 

2.10 

i       (( 

21 

2.10 

1       i  t 

21 

2.10 

i       i( 

21 

2.10 

^       ( « 

21 

2.10 

1       ( ( 

21 

2.10 

(       ( ( 

21 

2.10 

1       >i 

21 

2.10 

<       i  ( 

23 

1.13.4 

t       (( 

21 

1.15 

(       1  < 

21 

2.10 

1       (t 

21 

1.15 

i       i  i 

23 

1.13.4 

•          Cl 

21 

2.10 

<      i( 

21 

2.10 

1      i . 

21 

2.10 

Total 


4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
2.10.0 
4.  5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5. 
5. 


4. 

4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 


.0 
.0 


5.0 
5.0 


.0 
.0 
1.13.4 
1.15.0 
4.  5.0 
1.15.0 
1.18.4 
4.  5.0 
4.  5.0 
4.  5.0 

;^90.11.8 


Test.     Joseph  Little,   Lieut. 

State  of  Vermont:  In  Council.  Windsor,  12th  Oct.  1778.  The 
within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  accepted,  and  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treas- 
urer of  this  State  is  hereby  required  to  pay  the  same  amounting  to 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


87 


ninety  pounds  eleven  shillings  and  eight  pence  to  Lieut,   Joseph 
Little  or  order,  on  demand. 

Pr.     Thos.  Chittenden. 

Springfield,  Oct.  10,  1778.  Mr.  Ira  Allen,  Sir,  Please  to  pay 
to  Lieut.  Samuel  Scott  the  contents  of  this  pay  roll  and  you  will 
oblige.  Your  humble  servant. 

Joseph  Little,  Lieut. 

Reed.  Windsor.  March  12,  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  ninety 
pounds  eleven  shillings  and  eight  pence  in  full  of  the  above  ac- 
count, for  and  in  behalf  of  Lt.  Little. 

;!^90.11.8  Pr.  me,     Samuel  Scott. 

[262]  [Scoufs  se?it  out  froin  Woodstock^ 

A  Roll  of  the  Men's  Names  the  [who]  Scouted  from  Wood- 
stock in  the  year  1778. 


Men's  Names 

Days 

Men's  Names 

Days 

Billy  Gray 
Jona.  Kingsley 
Timothy  Knox 

5 
5 
5 

Sylvanus  Bennett 
Seth  Fuller 
Oliver  Williams 

4 
4 
5 

28  days. 

The  above  men  found  themselves  [during]  the  time  out  [from] 
Woodstock. 

Oct.  17,  1778.  Phineas  Williams,  Capt.      , 

of  said  Town. 

28  days  at  12/  per  day  makes  ^16.16.0 

Your  committee  appointed  to  settle  and  adjust  accounts,  have 
perused  the  within  account  and  adjusted  the  same  at  12/  per  day, 
do  find  due  on  the  same  ^16.16.0 

Attest,  Paul  Spooner      \   Q^jj^ee 

Benj.  Emmons    [ 

To  Ira  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer:  You  are  hereby  directed  to 
pay  Capt.  Phineas  Williams  the  within  account,  being  ^16.16.0 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Reed.  Windsor,  Oct.  22,  1778,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  sixteen 
pounds  sixteen  shillings. 

Per  me,     Phineas  Williams. 


88 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[260] 


[Capt.   Joseph  Briggs'  Company^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Joseph  Brigg's  Company  of  Militia,  while 
in  service  of  the  United  States  of  America,  commencing  the  1st. 
day  of  October,  1778  and  ending  the  24th.  of  November  1778. 


When 

When 

Pr. 

month 

Names 

entered 
service 

dis- 
charged 

Days 

Total 

"William  Bates 

Oct.  Ist 

Nov. 

24 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Lemuel  Hubbell 

((      1  ( 

1  ( 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Winslow  Perry 

((      ( ( 

1  < 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Joseph  Andrews  (or  Anseres) 

1  >      1 1 

( 1 

(1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Jed''  [Judah?]  Morrill 

((      (1 

1  c 

<c 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Caleb  Fitch 

(1      (< 

(1 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Moses  Rice 

<(      1  ( 

II 

11 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Caleb  Matteson 

C(             11 

<1 

C  1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Nathan  Ford 

•  (       " 

11 

(1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Ebene.  Corey 

(  (            (C 

l< 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

John  Foster 

1  (        (I 

C  ( 

11 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Reuben  Alebone  (or  Asebone) 

( (        (1 

11 

<> 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Seises  Brookings 

1  (        tl 

1 1 

(1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Elnathan  Hunt 

C(             (( 

'i 

l< 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Daniel  Baker 

(«        (1 

(C 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Joseph  (Jacob)  Barnhart  (Barn- 

hard) 

l(       << 

II 

<c 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Lemuel  Bottum 

1  i         it 

<• 

(1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Eliakim  Perrey 

<1        (( 

II 

.1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

John  Porter 

ti         a 

l( 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

George  Baker 

a         <t 

It 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Seth  Rice 

(  C            (  ( 

1  c 

II 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Samuel  Rynderls 

(C            1( 

II 

1  ( 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Theophilus  Whealey 

<i         ti 

II 

IC 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Reuben  Bennet 

n         n 

1  c 

f  1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Jehel  Hurd 

(1         (1 

(C 

1  c 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Silas  Bennet 

(<        ii 

<< 

II 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

William  Henry 

(t         1 1 

II 

II 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Stephen  Homes 

((         (1 

(1 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

John  Potter 

C(            11 

11 

1  c 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Joseph  Beman 

\i         (( 

11 

il 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Edward  Ball 

1  <        (( 

1  ( 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

George  Parker 

( (        (1 

II 

il 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

James  West 

C(             II 

<l 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Roger  (Bagger  ?)  Ladd 

11        1  < 

<1 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Isaac  Andias 

1  (        (1 

1 1 

1 1 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

William  Poppel 

1  <        II 

<l 

II 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Darius  Moons 

<<       <l 

1  < 

<c 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Jacob  Donon 

1  <        1  ( 

<l 

1 . 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Jonathan  Morgain 

(1        (1 

II 

11 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Alfred  Hathaway 

11         II 

II 

it 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Daniel  Beman 

1  (         If 

<l 

<l 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Edward  Gibben 

1  (             CI 

11 

1  c 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


89 


When 

When 

Pr. 

month 

Names 

entered 

dis- 

Days 

Total 

service 

charged 

Thomas  Brown 

Oct.   Ist 

Nov.   24 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Joseph  Wilebond 

(i      <i 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Benj.  Carpenter 

li         tc 

2.10-0 

54 

4.10.0 

William  Williamson 

1  i        1  < 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Onesimus  Risden 

<(       t( 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Alexander  Potter 

f  i          i( 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Stephen  Sand 

ti          <( 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Wm.  Selleck 

ft         I  ( 

2.10.0 

54 

4.10.0 

Wm.  Aylesworth 

Nov.    2 

2.10.0 

33 

2.15.0 

Jacob  Hawley 

.  (      ft 

2.10.0 

33 

2.15.0 

Billings  Starkweather 

Oct.    28 

2.10.0 

28 

2.   6.8 

Isaac  Grover 

11      i( 

2.10.0 

28 

2.  6.8 

Barnet  West 

1  <      t< 

2.10.0 

28 

2.  6.8 

;^237.10.0 

The  foregoing  Pay  Roll  is  just  and  true  in  all  its  parts,  with- 
out fraud  to  the  public  or  any  individual. 

Joseph  Briggs,  Capt. 

The  foregoing  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved,  and  the 
Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Joseph  Briggs  which 
is  two  hundred  and  thirty-seven  pounds  ten  shillings. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order.     Per 


Jos.  Briggs,  Capt. 


me, 
December  1778. 

;^237.10.0 

[70]  \^fJeut.  Solomon  Sopers  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Solomon  Soper's  Company  of  Militia  for 
service  done  the  United  States  in  the  months  of  October  and 
November,  1778. 


Names 

Entered 

Discharged 

Days 

Amount 

John  Roberts 
Dan  Allen 
Pliny  Smith 
John  Sabins 
Reuben  Stoddard 
Nathl.  Smith 

Oct.  7.  1778 

(  (  if 
(  i  (  f 
(  (                  (  L 

i  i                ( ( 

Nov.  20,  1778 

45 
45 
45 
45 
45 
45 

3.15.0 

3.15 

3.15 

3.15 

3.15 

3  15 

90 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Entered 

Discharged 

Days 

Amount 

Daniel  Ray 

Oct.  7, 1778 

Nov.  20,  1778 

45 

3.15 

Jeremiah  Parker 

((                  (  ( 

45 

3.15 

Elijah  Barton 

•  i                 it 

45 

3.15 

James  Woodward 

45 

3.15 

Jesse  Graves 

45 

3.15 

Hammon  Lawrence 

45 

3.15 

Daniel  Forbish 

45 

3.15 

William  Graves 

45 

3.15 

Felix  Menter 

45 

3.15 

Ichabod  Dim  mock 

45 

3.15 

Benjamin  Bosto 

45 

3.15 

George  Gage 

t 

45 

3.15 

Samuel  Bailey 

45 

3.15 

Peter  Powers 

(                         t  I 

45 

3.15 

John  Seely 

(»                          (   i 

45 

3.15 

^78.15 

The  above  pay  roll  is  just  and  true  in  all  its  parts. 

Solomon  Soper. 

The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Lt.  Solomon  Soper,  which  is  seventy- 
eight  pounds  fifteen  shillings.  Thos.  Chittenden 

19th  Dec.  1778.  Then  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents 
of  the  above  order. 

Pr.  me,     Solomon  Soper. 


[62] 


[Captain  Gideon  Ormsby's  Coinpa7iy\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Gideon  Ormsby's  Company  in  Col. 
Warren's  Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  the  State  of  Vermont 
on  alarm  to  the  Northward,  Nov  1778  at  _;2^2.10.0  per  month. 


Names 


Thomas  Barney 
Robert  Loggan 
John  Smith 
Danl.  Purdy 


When 
entered 
service 

Nov    7 


When 
dis- 
charged 

Nov  14 


Days  in 
service 


Amt.  of 
pay 


0.13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


91 


Names 

When 
entered 

When 
dis- 

Days in 

Amt.  of 

service 

charged 

service 

pay 

Peletiah  Soper 

Nov  7 

Nov  14 

8 

13.4 

Abel  Bristol 

13.4 

William  Bedel 

13.4 

William  Dye 

13.4 

Rice  Beckwith 

13.4 

Truman  Powell 

13.4 

Christopher  Roberts 

13.4 

Peter  French 

13.4 

Reuben  Purdy 

13.4 

Jona.  Orrasby 

13.4 

George  Olds 

13.4 

Stephen  Harrick 

13.4 

John  Roberts 

13.4 

Obadiah  Allen 

13.4 

Stephen  Smith 

13.4 

Gideon  Barber 

13.4 

Jacob  Odle 

13.4 

Phelix  Powel 

13.4 

Joel  Rose 

13.4 

Barnet  Boorn 

13.4 

James  Vaughn 

13.4 

Timoy  Soper 

13.4 

Jesse  Sawyer 

4  ( 

13.4 

Zadock  Everest 

13.4 

Peleg  Sutherland 

Nov  8 

7 

11.8 

Wallace  Sutherland 

( , 

11.8 

Isaac  Whelpley 

11.8 

^20.8.4 

Manchester,  Dec  28.  1778.  I  do  certify  on  honor  that  the 
within  pay  roll  is  just  and  true  in  regard  to  the  state  of  the  subjects, 
error  of  the  pen  excepted. 

Gideon  Ormsby,  Capt. 

The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  which  is  twenty  pounds  eight  shillings 
and  four  pence.  Thos.  Chittenden. 

29th  Dec.  1778.     Rec*^  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Per  me, 

Gideon  Ormsbee,  Capt. 


I 


92 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[109] 


[Detachment  under  Capt.  Stephen  Calkins\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Detachment  under  the  command  of  Capt. 
Stephen  Calkins  for  service  done  to  assist  Major  Whitcomb.  Nov. 
1778,  made  up  at  two  pounds  ten  shillings  per  man  per  month. 


TV.T 

Entere 

;d        When 

■r-~v 

Names 

servic 

e     discharged 

Days 

Total 

1778 

Sergt.  Daniel  Bromley- 

Nov. 

S       Nov.  13 

8 

0.13.4 

Luther  Colvin 

(          t  (      t  ( 

8 

0.13.4 

"       Jona.  Sprague 

(          1  (      (( 

8 

0.13.4 

"       Joseph  Day 

(          <  t      1 1 

8 

0.13.4 

Andrew  Barton 

t          t  (      1'  ( 

8 

0.13.4 

Jonathan  Sealy 

I                   1(             u 

8 

0.13.4 

Richard  Latten 

<              ((         It 

8 

0.13.4 

Roger  Williams 

(              ( <         ( ( 

8, 

0.13.4 

Peter  Wilber 

t              (1         t  ( 

8 

0.13.4 

Richard  Smith 

>              « (         ( ( 

8 

0.13.4 

Zebina  Day 

I                1  (          1  ( 

8 

0.13.4 

Ezekiel   Miles 

Nov    10 

5 

0.   8.4 

Bethuel  Bromley 

t                   t  (            i  i 

5 

1.   8.4 

Stephen  Williams 

(                   f  (            (  ( 

5 

1.  8.4 

George  Rounds 

Nov.     1 

2 

0.   3.4 

John  Gaige 

(          ( (      k  ( 

3 

0.   3.4 

Amos  Colvin 

i          ((       ( ( 

2 

0.   3.4 

Isaac  Gaige 

t          ((      t  ( 

2 

0.   3.4 
^9.  5.0 

March  3,  1779.  The  within  payroll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Col.  Warren,  which 
is  nine  pounds  five  shillings. 

To  Ira  Allen,  Esq.  Thos.  Chittenden 


April  15,  1779. 
of  the  above  order. 


Then  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents 

Per  me, 

Gideon  Warren. 


^9.5  0 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


93 


[359] 


\Capt.  John  Smith's  Company^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Smith's  Company  in  Col.  Warren's 
Reg^iment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  this  and  the  United  States, 
commencing  Nov.  7,  1778,  ending  13*^,  both  days  included. 


Names 


Nathan  Pratt 

Gideon  Watkens  (Walker) 

Saml.  Williams 

Daniel  Washburn 

Thos.  Hale 

Ashbel  Cook 

Daniel  Squire 

Joseph  Sacket 

Eben^  Cook 

David  Tuttle 

John  Forbes 

Josiah  Hale 

Joel  Foster 

Sylvanus  Brown 

Frederick  Cushman 

Stephen  Williams 

Amos  Hiams  (Hiamo) 

Asa  Fuller 

Daniel  Greeno 

Isaac  Cushman 

Jesse  Kicter 

Gershom  Beach 

Noah  Beach 


Days 


I 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

IV 

i 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 


pr 

month 


3.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 


Total 


0.11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
ILIO 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
11.10 


£  13.12.2 


Asa  Fuller,  Lieut. 
Jan^  28,  1779.     The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the   same,    which   is  thirteen 
pounds  twelve  and  two  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Date  above  reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order,  which  is  thirteen  pounds  twelve  shillings  and  two 
pence.  P'  nie,         James  Claghorn. 


94 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[318]  \Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Company  in  Col. 
Gideon  Warren's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  service  of  the  United 
States  of  America,  from  the  7th  day  of  November  until  the  14th. 
day  of  the  same  month,  in  the  year  1778. 


p. 

month 

Ea- 

Amount 

Names 

Enterec 

i     Left 

Days 

tions 

of 

Total 

due 

wages 

1778 

1778. 

James  Brookins 

Nov.    7 

Nov.  14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

0.14.  6.2 

William  Ward 

a       »i 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Nathl.  Smith 

{(            w 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

John  Tilden 

<<       >i 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Johii  Ashley 

(1        (( 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Eben'  Hyde 

4  t                .  ( 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Thomas  Ashley 

(t                <l 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Joseph  Craw 

a       (t 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

LeviThacher 

it       i( 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Leml.  Hyde 

1  (       1  ( 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.   6.2 

Saml.  Allen 

>  <       (< 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Seth  Craw 

<«       •< 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13-4 

14.  6.2 

Saml.  Church 

<i       <i 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

John  How 

('       ' ' 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.3 

Elijah  Owen,  Jr. 

i(       ( ( 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Elisha  Owen 

(t       ( ( 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

John  Smith 

(  «          a 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Daniel  Headdy. 

Kl               11 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.   6.2 

Israel  Thomas 

(1                 (1 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.  6.2 

Absalom  Baker 

11         a 

"     14 

8 

2.10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.   6.2 

Eben"^  Kellogg 

»i         11 

"     14 

8 

2  10.0 

2 

13.4 

14.   6.2 

Heber  Allen 

11             Ci 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

ti.8 

7.10.2 

John  Grant 

11             K 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

James.  Smith 

(1           n 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

Saml.  Fletcher 

i(            1> 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

Thomas  Goodwin 

11             11 

'«     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

Elisha  Ashley 

<1             11 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

W"  Ashley 

11             11 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

Peter  How 

11         1  < 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

John  Meacham 

(1       11 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

Benj.  Higgins 

<1        1  ( 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

Silas  How 

1  (        1  < 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

Eben"-  Thomas 

1  (        1  < 

"     10 

4 

2.10.0 

;^18.   0.0 

2 

6.8 

7.10.2 

^19.19.10.2 

James  Brookins,  Lieut. 

Arlington,  Jan.  27,  1779.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and 
the  amount  of  wages  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  same  to  Col.  Warren  or  Lt.  Brookins,  which  is  eighteen 
pounds,  lawful  money.  Thos.  Chittenden. 

Received,  Jan.  27,  1779,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  eighteen 
pounds  lawful  money.  Gideon  Warren. 

^18.0.0 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


95 


[378] 


[Captain  John  Stafford's  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Spafford's  Company  in  Col.  Gideon  War- 
ren's Regt.  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  this  and  the  United  States, 
commencing  Nov.  7,  1778,  and  ending  the  13'''  of  the  same  month, 
both  days  included. 


Names 

When 
entered 
the 

When 

left  the 

service 

Days 

P^ 

month 

Total 

service 



1778 

John  Pier,  Clerk. 

Nov.  7 

Nov 

13 

7 

;^2.10 

0.11.8 

John  Train.  V^  Sergt. 

<i             <4 

i  < 

7 

2.10 

.8 

Daniel  Adams,  %^  do. 

it             <  C 

16 

10 

2.10 

.8 

Zephaniah  White,  S**  do. 

1  (            it 

13 

7 

2.10 

.8 

William  Joiner,  Corpl. 

(  <            (  ( 

16 

10 

2.10 

.8 

Benj.  Coy 

t»       <  c 

13 

7 

2.10 

.8 

Cyrus  Chapman,  Drmr. 

((          C( 

>i 

i 

2.10 

.8 

Silas  Bingham 

<(          C( 

(C 

7 

2.10 

.8 

Zorostus  Fitch 

*  <      << 

( ( 

7 

2.10 

.8 

Thos.  Hutcheson 

( <      t  < 

1( 

7 

2.10 

8 

Ozym  Brewster 

<<      u 

(t 

7 

2.10 

8 

Darius  Chipman 

((       (i 

( ( 

7 

2.10 

8 

Elisha  Smith 

« (       t  ( 

(( 

7 

2.10 

8 

Abel  White 

t(       ( < 

( < 

7 

2.10 

8 

Solomon  Wood 

(t       (( 

16 

10 

2.10 

8 

Stephen  Royce 

<t        1 1 

13 

7 

2.10 

8 

Phares  Royce 

4  (          t  ( 

i( 

7 

2.10 

8 

Eliphas  Brewster   • 

(  C          <  ( 

t  ( 

7 

2.10 

8 

Edward  Turner 

(  (       a 

16 

10 

2.10 

8 

Daniel  Haskin 

a       ( t 

( < 

10 

2.10 

8 

Job  Spafford 

CC          <( 

13 

7 

2.10 

8 

Luther  Fillmore 

li       (( 

16 

10 

2.10 

8 

Jeremiah  Jones 

ii            (  k 

(( 

10 

2.10 

8 

Andrews  Carner 

l<         X 

13 

7 

2.10 

8 

Jedediah  Barton 

ii      >  ( 

(( 

7 

2.10 

8 

;^16.6. 

8 

A  true  roll  per  me,     John  Spafford,  Capt. 

March  the  3*^,  1779.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  ap- 
proved and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Col.  War- 
ren, which  is  sixteen  pounds  six  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

To  Ira  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer.  '  Thos.  Chittenden, 


April  15,  1779. 
of  the  above  order. 

;^16.6    8 


Then  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents 

Per  me, 

Gideon  Warren. 


96 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[308] 


\Capt.   Thomas  Sawyer  s  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer's  Company  in  Col.  Gideon 
Warren's  Regiment  of  Militia  under  the  command  of  Levi  Colvin, 
Ensign,  in  the  service  of  this,  and  the  United  States,  commencing 
Nov.  7,  1778,  ending  as  entered  in  column  8,  both  days  included. 


Names 

Enterec 
service 

i     Dis- 
charged 

Pr. 

month 

Days 

Total 

George  Shearman,  1st  sergt. 

Nov.  7 

Nov.  15 

2.10.0 

9 

0.15.0 

James  Rounds,        2        " 

(     1  < 

2.10.0 

9 

0.15.0 

Nathan  Rice,            3        " 

1     1  ( 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Job  Chatsey,  Corpl. 

(     (1 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Niles  Higingbotham 

(        n 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Jonathan  Wood 

1       (( 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

John  Collins 

(       <t 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Thomas  Tuttle 

t       t( 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Oliver  Arnold 

i        n 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Philip  Briggs 

i      <1 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Saml.  Green 

1      1  ( 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Obadiah  Edmunds 

(        a 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

James  Edmonds 

<       << 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

James  Ghatsey 

(       ( t 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Stephen  Robinson 

(       i  i 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Daniel  Colvin 

t       it 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Nathan  Daniels 

'    18 

2.10 

12 

0.   0.0 

Jesse  Place 

•     15 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Caleb  Angelo 

C         (  i 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Nathan  Lee 

i         t  t 

2.10 

9 

0.15.0 

Nedebiah  Angell 

'     11 

2.10 

5 

0.   8.4 

v'Peter  Eddy 

i          It 

2.10 

5 

0.   8.4 

Joseph  Congel 

(          it 

2.10 

5 

0.  8.4 

Phones  Rice 

i        a 

2.10 

5 

0.  8.4 

Silas  Whitney,  Jr. 

i       ( t 

2.10 

5 

0.   8.4 

Jacob  Ratts  (.or  Rutts) 

'     16 

2.10 

10 

0.16.8 

John  Squire 

(     (( 

2.10 

10 

0.16.8 

Andrew  Potter 

(     (( 

2.10 

10 

0.16.8 

Simson  White 

"     " 

(     1  ( 

2.10 

10 

0.16.8 

David  Miles 

a        (( 

(     1  ( 

2.10 

10 

0.16.8 

^C  21.10.0 

The  above  is  a  true  roll,  according  to  the  best  of  my  knowl- 
edge. Attest.      Levi  Colvin,  Ensign. 

Jan.  28,  1779.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  twenty-one 
pounds  ten  shillings.  Thos.  Chittenden. 

Date  above  reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the 
above  order,  which  is  twenty-one  pounds  ten  shillings. 

^{^21.10.0  Per  me      James  Claghorn. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


97 


[112,  dupl  289]  [Copt.  Simeon  Wrig/ifs  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  Company  in  Col.  Warren's 
Rejjiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  this  and  the  United  States, 
commencing  7"'  of  November,  1778,  ending  13"',  both  days  in- 
cluded. 


Names 

Days 

Wages  per 
month 

Total 

Solomon  Purdy 

7 

2.10.0 

0.11.8 

Elisha  Wright 

7 

2.10.0 

11.8 

Abner  Mead 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Benj.  Johnson 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Simeon  Wright 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

John  Sutherland 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Amasa  Blanchard 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Silas  Smith 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Joel  Roberts 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Neheraiah  Whipple 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Benj.  Whipple 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

David  Kingsley 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

James  Southerland 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Wait  Wright 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Stephen  Mead 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Isaac  Mead 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Brewster  Higley 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Benedic  Alford 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

James  Hinman 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Moses  Pratt 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Joshua  Pratt     ' 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

Abel  Wright 

7 

2.10 

11.8 

;^  12.16  8 

Simeon  Wright,  Capt. 

January  28,  1779.  The  within  payroll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  twelve 
pounds  sixteen  shillings. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Date  above,  reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the 
above  order,  which  is  twelve  pounds  sixteen  shillings. 

^12.16.8  Per  me,         James  Claghorn. 

[7] 


98 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[113]  \Capt.  Abraham  UnderhilV s  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Abraham  UnderhiU's  company  and  Col. 
Warren"s  Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  to  guard  the  frontiers, 
by  order  of  the  Governor  and  Council. 


Names 

When 
en- 
tered 

1778 

When 
dis- 
charged 

1778 

Days 

in 

service 

Pay 

per 

month 

Total 

Capt.  Abraham  Underbill 

Nov. 

7  Nov.  14 

8 

2.10 

13.4 

Lt.  Richard  Dunning 

8 

2.10 

13.4 

Ensign  Ephraim  Reynolds 
Sergt.  Nathan  Manley 

8 
8 

2.10 
2.10 

13.4 
13.4 

David  Curtis 

8 

2.10 

13.4 

Corpl.  Dan  Kent 

"    ' 

8 

2.10 

13.4 

"'     W™  Manley 

8 

2.10 

13  4 

David  Towsley 

5 

2.10 

8. 

John  Farwell 

8 

2.10 

13.4 

Moses  Kent 

8 

2.10 

13.4 

Titus  Sikes 

8 

2.10 

13.4 

Joseph  Sheldon 

5 

2.10 

13.4 

Isaac  Underbill 

8 

2.10 

13.4 

Jacob  Wheeler 

I  <    < 

8 

13.4 

John  Gray 
Abijah  Dunning 
James  Willcoxs 

8 
8 
8 

13.4 
13.4 
13.4 

Timothy  Mills 

5 

8. 

Joseph  Ingley 
Peter  Roberts 

5 
5 

8. 
8. 

John  Manley 
Noah  Morse 

, .     , 

8 
8 

13.4 
13.4 

Corp.  Joshua  Cousens 

8 

13.4 

*                      ,  \ 

£  13.14.8 

The  above  pay  roll  is  just  and  true,  without  any  fraud  or 
deceit,  whatsoever.  Test,         Abraham  Underbill. 

The  w^ithin  pay  roll  is  examined  and  approved,  and  the 
Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Underbill,  which  is 
thirteen  pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Feb.  13,  1779.  Thomas  Chittenden. 

Reed.  Feb.  13,  1779,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  thirteen  pounds 
fourteen  shillings  and  eight  pence,  in  full, 

Abra.  Underbill,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


99 


[155] 


\^Lieut.    Abraham  Ives'  Companyl 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Abraham  Ives'  Company  in  Col.  Gideon 
Warren's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  this  State,  commenc- 
ing Nov.  7,  1778,  ending  the  13""  of  the  same  month,  both  days 
included. 


Names 

Entered 

Left 

Days 

p. 
month 

Total 

Lt.  Abraham  Ives 

Nov.  7 

Nov.  13 

7 

2.10..0 

0.12.6 

En.  Abraham  Jackson 

i  (        it 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Jedediah  Jackson 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Jonah  Ives 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Asabel  Jackson 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Reuben  Ives 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Edward  Bumpus 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Joseph  Benson 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Amos  Ives 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Edmund  Clark 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Danl.  Bradley 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

George  Richmond 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Goodyear  Clark 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Jotham  Ives 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Benj.  Bradley 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Hezekiah  Rodes 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

John  Clark 

' 

2.10.0 

12.6 

James  Bumpus 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Edward  Allen 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

Ephraim  Andrews 

' 

7 

2.10.0 

12.6 

^12.10.0 

Abraham  Ives,  Lieut. 

Manchester,  22^^  Oct.  1779.  The  above  named  Abraham  Ives 
personally  appearing  before  me,  made  oath  to  the  above  pay  roll 
as  a  true  one.  Samuel  Fletcher,  Asst. 

In  Council,  Manchester,  Oct.  22<^  1779.  The  within  pay  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  which  is  twelve  pounds  ten  shillings  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Date  above,  reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  twelve  pounds  ten 
shillings. 

^12.10  Abraham  Ives. 


100 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[296] 


\Capt.   Tehan  Noble  s  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Tehan  Noble's  Company  and  Col.  Warren's 
Reg'iment  of  Militia  for  service  done  to  defend  Frontiers,  by  order 
of  the  Governor  &  council. 


When 

When 

Names 

entered         dis- 
service     charged 

Days 

Amount 
of  pay 

N 

1778 

Capt.  Tehan  Noble 

Nov.  7       Nov.  13 

7 

11.8 

Lt.  Enoch  Eastman 

7 

11.8 

En.  Moses  Robinson 

7 

11.8 

Sergt.  Joseph  Leavitt 

7 

11.8 

Seth  Hermon 

7 

11.8 

''       Cyprian  Eastman 

7 

11.8 

"       William  Hurlburt 

7 

11.8 

Corpl.  Amos  Scott 

7 

11.8 

*'       Oliver  Hermon 

7 

11.8 

'•       Cyrenus  Dewey 

7 

11.8 

Josiah  Risdon 

7 

11.8 

Hezekiah  Towsley 

7 

11.8 

Reuben  Farnsworth 

7 

11.8 

Ashbel  Sikes 

7 

11.8 

Oliver  Scott 

7 

11.8 

Stephen  Eastman 

7 

11.8 

David  Brade 

7 

11.8 

Nathl    Smith 

7 

11.8 

Eben--  Hubbard  (Hulbard?) 

7 

11.8 

Eben^  Smith 

7 

11.8 

Pelatiah  Dewey 

7 

11.8 

Sele  Hermon 

7 

11.8 

Martin  Hermon 

7 

11.8 

Luke  Noble 

7 

11.8 

Amos  Hermon 

7 

11.8 

Jona.  Hays 

7 

11.8 

Abdiel  Webster 

7 

11.8 

Joel  Shelden 

3 

5.0 

Jona.  Eastman 

3 

5.0 
£  16.   5.0 

The  foregoing  pay  roll  is  just   and  true,  without  fraud  to  the 
State,  or  any  individual.  Test,       Abra.  Underbill. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


101 


The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treas- 
urer is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.   Tehan  Noble,   or  Capt. 
Abraham  Underbill,  which  is  sixteen  pounds  five  shillings. 
13th    Feb.  1779.  .  Thos.  Chittenden. 

Reed.  Feb.  13,  1779  of  Tra  Allen,  Treasurer,  sixteen  pounds 
five  shillings,  for  and  in  behalf  of  Capt,  Noble, 

^16.5.0  per  me,   Abr.  Underbill,  Capt. 

[181]  [^Capt.  Ephraim  Buelfs  Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Buel's  Company  in  Col.  Warren's  Regi- 
ment of  militia  in  the  service  of  this  and  the  United  States,  com- 
mencing Nov.  8,  ending  13^^  1778,  both  days  included. 


Names 

^  Days 

P''  month 

Total 

John  Eaton 

6 

2.10.0 

0  10.0 

Azariah  Banchard 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Eli  Cogsell 

6 

2. 10. 

10. 

Alpheus  Hall 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

John  Moulton 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Gershom  Moullon 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Nehemiah   Hoyt 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Araunah  Woodward 

6 

2. 10. 

10. 

Sam'  Moulton 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Sam'  Moulton,  Jr. 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Benj.  Bennet 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Peter  Ccgsell  ' 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Charles  Blinn             '    • 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Elias  Hall 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Richard  Bentley 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Perez  Sturtevant 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

William  Bogue 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

Elisha  Killam 

6 

2.10. 

10. 

^9.     0.0 

Test.     Eph""  Buell,  Capt. 

Jan.  28,  1779,     The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  ordered  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  nine  pounds. 

Tho^  Chittenden. 

Date  above,  reed  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the 
above  order,  which  is  nine  pounds 

^9.0.0  Pr  me,         James  Claghorn 


102 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[24]  \Capt,  Benjamin  Cooky's  Conipany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Cooley's  Company  in  Col.  Warren's  Reg:i- 
ment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  this  and  the  United  States,  com- 
mencing Nov.  8,  1778.  ending-13th,  both  days  included. 


Names 

No.  days 

Wages  per 
month 

Total 

Richardson 

6 

2.10.0 

0.10.0 

James  Ewings 

2.10.0 

0.10.0 

Silas  Mosur 

2.10.0 

0.10.0 

Gideon  Cooley 

0.10.0 

Eben''  Drury 

0.10.0 

Edward  Owens 

0.10.0 

Neh*"  Hopkins 

0.10.0 

Ashbel  Hopkins 

0.10.0 

Eben''  Lyman 

0.10.0 

Saml.  Ellsworth 

0.10.0 

Israel  Ellsworth 

0.10.0 

Hopkins  Rowley 

0.10.0 

Sidias  Blodgett 

0.10.0 

Benj.  Stevens 

0.10.0 

Eph™  Stevens 

0.10.0 

Aaron  Persons 

t 

0.10.0 

£'^.  0.0 

Benjamin  Cooley,  Capt. 
Jany  28,   1779.      The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  which  is  eight  pounds. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Date  above,  rec'd  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the 
above,  which  is  eight  pounds. 

^8.0.0  James  Claghorn. 

[330,  see  p.  97]  \Capt.  Simeon  JVrig/zt] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  in  Col.  Gideon  Warren's 
Regiment  of  Militia  for  a  Scout  to  Paul  Moors'  in  Nov.  1778. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Sub- 
sistence 
pr.  day 

Total 

Simeon  Wright,  Capt. 
John  Sutherland,  Lt. 

8 
8 

30 
30 

1.8 
0.8 

3.6.0 
2.3.0 

^5.9.0 

Simeon  Wright,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


103 


Pay  Table  Office,  August  4,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  Simeon  Wright  or  bearer,  being  five  pounds  nine  shillings 
lawful  money.  John  Fassett         )  Committee 

Timo.  Brownson  \ 

Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order.  Simeon  Wright. 

^5.9.0 


[144,  see  next  roll]        \_Lieut.  Jonathan  Scott's  Compatty] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Jona.  Scott's  Company,  raised  out  of 
the  Militia  for  to  guard  the  Continental  Stores  in  Bennington,  en- 
gaged and  discharged  at  different  times,  from  June  30,  1778  to 
January  4,  1779  both  days  included. 


Names 


Matthew  Scott,  Sergt. 
Caleb  Morgan,  Corpl. 
Daniel  Braman 
Thomas  Brown,  Jr. 
Saml.  Brown 
Eben'"  Spencer 
Wheeler  Branch 
Benj.  Herwood 
Eleazer  Cushman 
James  Greenslit 
John  Totman 
Masa  Branch 
Walter  Cady 
John  Taylor 
Saml.  Jewett 
Benj.  Thorp 
Joseph  Morgan 
Martin  Follett 


Entered 


July 


Aug. 
Sept 

Oct. 

« ( 


4 

(  . 
(  % 

20 

20 

1 

1 

1 

19 

19 

3 

3 

3 

3 

6 

4 

13 

13 


Dis- 
charged 


J  any 
Dec. 
Jan. 


4 

4 

31 


Dec. 


31 


Jan.     4 


Dec. 
Jan. 
Dec. 


31 

4 

31 


Days 


184 

184 

164 

164 

157 

157 

126 

108 

108 

89 

89 

89 

93 

90 

92 

73 

89 

79 


Wages 
per 
dav 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
14 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


Total 


12.  5.4 
12.  5.4 
10.18.8 
10.18.8 
10.   9.4 


10. 

8. 

7. 
7. 


9.4 

8 

4 

4 

5.18.8 
5.18.8 
5.18.8 
6.  4.0 
6.  0.0 
6.  2.8 
5.  5.4 
5.10.8 
5.   5.4 


^142.  6.8 


The  above  pay   roll  is  just  and  true  in  all   its  parts,  without 
fraud  to  the  public  or  any  individual. 

Test,  Jona.  Scott,  Lieut. 

The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 


104 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  one  hundred  forty-two  pounds 
six  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

12th  Feb.  1779.  Thos.  Chittenden 

Reed.  Feb  12,  1779,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer  one  hundred  forty- 
two  pounds  six  shillings  and  eight  pence,  in  full. 

^142.6.8  Jona.  Scott,  Lieut. 

[60,  see  preceding  roll]       \^Lieut.  Jonathan  Scoffs  Company'] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Jona.  Scott's  Company  in  Col.  Saml. 
Herrick's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  Service  of  the  American 
United  States  raised  for  the  purpose  of  guarding  the  public  stores 
in  Bennington  by  order  of  Gen.  Stark  to  his  Excellency  Gov.  Chit- 
tenden, engaged  and  discharged  at  several  different  times  from 
June  30,  1778  to  Jan.  4,  1779. 


When 

When 

Days 

Pay 

Subsis- 

Total of 

Names  and  Rank 

entered 

dis- 

m 

per 

tence 

wages  and 

1        • 

service 

missed 
Jan.  4 

ser- 
vice 

day 

money 

subsis- 
tence 

Jonath"  Scott,  Lt. 

June  30 

189 

0.5.4 

10.18.0 

69.  6.  0 

Matthew  Scott,  Ser^t. 

July  4 

"      4 

184 

1.7 

14.14.41 

Caleb  Morgan,  Corpl. 

..       4 

"      4 

184 

1.5 

13.  9.10 

Daniel  Beaman 

"     20 

Dec.  31 

164 

1.4 

10.18.  8 

Thomas  Brown,  Jr. 

"     20 

"    31 

164 

1.4 

10.18.  8 

Saml.  Brown 

Aug.  1 

Jan.  4 

157 

1.4 

10.   9.  4 

Eben'  Spencer 

"      1 

"     4 

157 

1.4 

10.   9.   4 

Whealer  Branch 

Sep.  1 

"     4 

120 

1.4 

8.  8.  0 

Benj.  Herwood 

"     19 

"     4 

108 

1.4 

7.   4.  0 

Eleazer  Cushman 

"     19 

"     4 

108 

1.4 

7.  4.  0 

James  Greenslitt 

Oct.   -6 

Dec.  31 

89 

1.4 

5.18.  8 

John  Totman 

"      3 

"    31 

89 

1.4 

5.18.  8 

Maasa  Branch 

"      3 

"     31 

89 

1.4 

5.18.  8 

Walter  Cady 

"      6 

Jan  4 

93 

1.4 

6.  4.  0 

John  Taylor    . 

"      4 

•'     4 

90 

1.4 

6.  0.  0 

Saml.  Jewett 

'^    13 

"     4 

92 

1.4 

6.  2.  8 

Benjn.  Sharp 

"     13 

Dec.  31 

79 

1.4 

5.   5.   4 

Jos.  Morgan 

"     13 

Jan   4 

83 

1.4 

5.10.   8 

Martin  FoUett 

"     13 

1 

Dec  31 

79 

1.4 

3.  4.  4 

;^215.  6.  3 

Saml.  Herrick,  Col. 

Bennington,  May  10,  1779.  Personally  appeared  before  me  the 
above  named  Jonathan  Scott  and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  above 
pay  roll  is  made  out  bone  fide  and  that  the  several  sums  therein  ex- 
hibited are  just,  and  that  he  has  never  received  any  satisfaction 
therefor,  directly  or  indirectly. 

Jonas  Fay,  Justice  of  Peace. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


105 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  May  18,  1786.  The  within  pay 
roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  contents,  it  being  two  hundred  and  fifteen  pounds  six  shillings 
and  three  pence  continental  money  to  Noah  Smith  Esq.  Paymaster  G. 


;^215.6.3 


Timo.  Brownson     ^       _.,. 
c       1    TD     ►ivt         r  Committee. 
Saml.  Barrlit 


Sunderland,  May  19,  1786.  Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  con- 
tents of  the  above  order.  Noah  Smith. 

Bennington,  11th  July  1780.  Reed,  of  Noah  Smith  Esq. 
^215.6.3  lawful  money  in  Continental  money,  being  the  full  of  the 
within  pay  roll. 

Jonathan  Scott,  Lt. 


[53] 


[^Capt.  John  Smith's  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Smith's  Company  of  Militia  in  Col. 
Warren's  Regiment  in  the  service  of  this  State,  commencing  the 
3rd  and  ending  the  28th  of  February  1779,  both  days  included. 


Names 

When 
entered 

When 
left 

Wages 
per 

Amt. 
of 

Amt  of 

wages 

and   sub- 

service 

service 

month 

wages 

sistence 

Capt.  John  Smith 

Feb  3d. 

Feb   28 

^3 

^2.12 

^2.  12 

Lt.  Isaac  Cushman 

( . 

i  b 

do 

do 

do 

Sergt.  Archibald  Blodgett 

t  * 

4  fc 

do 

do 

do 

Sergt.  Roberts 

>  ( 

.  i 

do 

do 

do 

Corpl.  Silas  Smith 

1  ( 

'  > 

do 

do 

do 

Eben''  Andrews 

i  fc 

t  ( 

do 

do 

do 

Jona.  Ward 

fc  ( 

(  i 

do 

do 

do 

Philemon  Johnson 

( t 

.  ( 

do 

do 

do 

Elijah  Hurd 

i  > 

.  ( 

do 

do 

do 

David  Castle 

.  ( 

'• 

do 

do 

do 

Jona.  Hough 

( > 

t  ( 

do 

do 

do 

Samuel  Meriam 

1  ( 

k  k 

do 

do 

do 

Gideon  Scarls 

k  I 

(  1 

do 

do 

do 

Amos  Ives 

( i 

1  ( 

do 

do 

do 

James  Bumper 

1  ( 

fc  ( 

do 

do 

do 

Nathl.  Whitney 

( ( 

i  I 

do 

do 

do 

John   Howe 

k   K 

(  t 

do 

do 

do 

Cliandler  Tuttle 

t   ( 

k  i 

do 

do 

do 

W"  Towsley 

I   ( 

i  t 

do 

do 

do 

Reuben  Green 

i   ( 

<  t 

do 

do 

do 

Elijah  Goodwin 

(  t 

(  1 

do 

do 

do 

John  White 

i  ( 

i  I 

do 

do 

do 

106 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


• 

When 

When 

Wages 

Amt. 

Amt.  of 

Names 

entered 

left 

per 

of 

wages 
and  sub- 

service 

service 

month 

wages 

sistence 

Hammon  Lawrence 

Feb  3d. 

Feb  28 

£^ 

^2.12 

^2.12 

Thos.  Lyon 

do 

do 

do 

Asbel  Hopkins 

do 

do 

do 

Luther  Drury 

do 

do 

do 

Reuben  Baker 

do 

do 

do 

Joshua  Colvin 

do 

do 

do 

W"  Sweet 

do 

do 

do 

Zebina  Day 

* ' 

do 

do 

do 

Elijah  Grandy 

'' 

do 

do 

do 

Gurnsey  Roots 

( ( 

do 

do 
Total 

do 
;^28.  4.0 

Attest, 


John  Smith,  Capt. 


Windsor,  June  3,  1779.  The  within  payroll  examined  and  ap- 
proved and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which  is 
eighty-three  pounds  four  shillings. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Received,  date  above  eighty-three  pounds  four  shillings  in  full 
for  and  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Smith. 

Per  me,  Joseph  Bowker. 


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[172] 


\Capt.  John  G.  Bay  ley's  Company'\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  G.  Bayley's  Company  in  Newbury  for 
guarding-  and  scouting  from  April  1777  to  May  1779,  under  com- 
mand of  Col,  Peter  Olcott. 


Names 

Months 

Days 

Pay  per 
month 

Sum  total 

John  Gid.  Bayley,  Capt. 

^13. 

£^' 

Nath'  Merrill,  Lt. 

14 

8. 

7.18  4 

Jo'  Chamberlin,  2^^''  Lt. 

8. 

5.   8. 

Tho'  Hibbard,  Serg' 

2.8. 

2.  8. 

Sam'  Eaton           do 

2.8. 

2.  8. 

Peter  Johnson      do 

2.8. 

2.  8. 

Er  Chamberlin     do 

2.8 

2.  8. 

Elihu  Johnson 

2. 

2. 

Abiel  Chamberlin 

2. 

2. 

Joseph  Wilson 

2. 

2. 

Josiah  Page 

2. 

2. 

Timo>'  Sargent 

2. 

2. 

John  Baird 

0 

2. 

Sylvanus  Heath 

2. 

2. 

Jacob  Bayley,  Jr 

2. 

2. 

James  Bayley 

2. 

2. 

Joshua  Bayley 

2. 

2. 

Nath'  Chamberlin 

2. 

2. 

Asher  Chamberlin 

2. 

2. 

Moses  Chamberlin 

2. 

2. 

Silas  Chamberlin 

2. 

2. 

Jacob  Fowler 

2. 

2. 

Jacob  Gates 

20 

2. 

2.   6.8 

Sam'  Had  ley 

2. 

2 

W'"  Johnstone 

2. 

2. 

Moses  Kelly 

20 

2. 

1.   6.8 

Neh.  Lovewell 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Neh.  Lovewell,  Jr 

21 

2. 

1.   8. 

Henry  Lovewell 

13 

2. 

0.17.4 

Sam'  Webster 

2. 

2. 

Remembrance  Chamberlin 

29 

2. 

3.18.8 

Abner  Fowler 

2. 

2. 

Robert  Johnston 

2. 

2. 

Jona.  Butterfield 

2. 

2. 

John  Hazletine 

2. 

2. 

[8] 


114 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

Months 

Days 

Pay  per 
m.onth 

Sum  total 

Sam'  Barnate 

2 

4 

^3. 

£  4.   5.4 

John  Barnate 

1 

2. 

2. 

John  Brown 

1 

15 

2. 

3. 

Gideon  Smith 

1 

25 

2. 

3.13.4 

Aaron  Osmore 

1 

20 

2. 

3.   6.8 

Ephraim  Bayley 
Ephraim  Webster 

1 
1 

3 

2. 

2. 

2.   4. 
2. 

Ephraim  Webster,  Jr. 

1 

2. 

2. 

Frye  Bayley 
Jesse  Heath 

1 

1 

2 

2 

2 
2 

James  Heath 

1 

2 

2 

Sam'  Heath 

1 

2 

2 

James  Hunter 

1 

2 

2 

Dudley  Carleton 

1 

2 

2 

Ephraim  Lacy 
Uriah  Chamberlin 

1 
1 

2 
2 

2 

2 

John  (ioodwin 

1 

2 

2 

Willibie  Goodwin 

1 

2 

2 

Asa  Webster 

1 

2 

2 

Jona.  Fowler 

28 

2 

1.   7.4 

Peletiah  Bliss 

25 

2 

1.13.4 

Benj.  Muzzey 
^John  Taplin 
Mansfield  Taplin 

1 
1 

18 

2 
2 
2 

2. 
1.   4. 

2. 

Zacheus  Lovewell 

1 

2 

2. 

W™  Taplin 

20 

2 

1.   6.8 

Levi  Sylvester 

1 

2 

2. 

Levi  Sylvester,  Jr    ' 

1 

2 

2. 

Joseph  White 
Thomas  Chamberlin 

1 

2 

28 

2 

2 

2.   2.8 

1.   7.4 

Jacob  Page 
Robert  Hunkins 

1 

20 

2 
2 

2. 

1.   6.8 

Jacob  Kent 
Eben'"  White 

1 

23 

2 
2 

2. 
1.10.8 

Reuben  Foster 

2 

25 

2 

5.13.4 

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1 

1 

2 
2 

2. 
2. 

Thomas  Brock 

29 

2 

1.18.8 

Jona.  Goodwin 

1 

2 

2. 

David  Hazletine 

1 

25 

2 

3.13.4 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


115 


Names 

Months 

Days 

Pay  per 
month 

Sum  total 

Amos  Barratt 

20 

^2 

^1.   6.8 

Jacob  Fowler,  3*^ 

1 

2 

2. 

James  Dodge 

18 

2 

1.  4. 

William  Wallace 

1 

2 

2. 

Samuel  Stevens 

1 

2 

2. 

Otho  Stevens 

1 

2 

2. 

Simeon  Stevens 

1 

2 

2 

2.  2.8 

Edmund  Brown 

1 

2 

2. 

Thomas  Johnson 

1 

2 

2. 

Benj.  Barnate 

1 

2 

2. 

^193.   7.8 

John  G.  Bayley,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  July  9,  1785.  The  within  roll  is 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  amounting  to  the  sum  of  one  hundred  and  ninety-three 
pounds  seven  shillings  and  eight  pence  lawful  money  to  Capt.  John 
G.  Bayley  (or  bearer)  Sam^  Bartlit  }  Q^^ee 

Timo.  Brownson  [ 

Sunderland,  July  9,  1785,  Rec'd  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the 
contents  of  the  within  order  John  G.  Bayley 

[199]  [Capt   William  Hutchins'  Company\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  William  Hutchins'  Company  of  Militia  in 
the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  commencing  March  1st.  and 
ending  May  3rd  and  4th,  1779. 


Names 

When 
entered 

Days 

Pr. 

day 

Total 

1779 

William  Hutchins,  Capt. 

March  1 

64 

0.2.0 

6.  2.0 

Jason  Duncan,  Lt. 

"  16 

50 

2.0 

5.   0.0 

Lebbeus  Armstrong,  Lt. 

"     1 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0 

Stephon  Cleveland,       Sergt. 

i  (            14 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0 

John  Hutchins                   " 

<  (            i  ( 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0 

Reuben  Spalding                " 

''  16 

50 

2. 

5.  0.0 

Benaiah  Cleveland,  Drum'' 

"     1 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

116 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

When 
entered 

Days 

Pr. 
day 

Total 

1779 

Ezra  Sweat,          Corp. 

March  1 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

John  Gault,             " 

"  17 

49 

2. 

4.18.0 

Philip  Rawlings,    " 

"  25 

41 

2. 

4.   2.0 

Joseph  Chitman,  private 

"     1 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

Jesse  Gallop 

( (     ( > 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

Stephen  Burrit 

( '     It 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

Darius  Moon 

( t    <  ( 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

W"  Kellogg 

((    (k 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0 

James  Phillips 

t  t        n 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

Peleg  Spencer 

(<      l( 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

Francis  Story 

k(      <( 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

Stephen  Downer 

i^       It 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0 

Nathl.  Montague 

>(       it 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0 

Levi  Buck 

( (       k 

64 

2. 

6.  8.  a 

Bethuel  Tabby 

((       (( 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0 

Walter  Bates 

i<       t  > 

64 

2, 

6.   8.0 

Richard  Biddlecom 

<(       i( 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0- 

John  Foot 

n        (  t 

64 

2. 

6.  8.a 

Edward  Evearts 

><       it 

64 

2. 

6.  8.0' 

Seth  Rice 

(       ( ( 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

Samuel  Hutchins 

li       <i 

64 

2. 

6.   8.0 

David  Laughton 

"  16 

50 

2. 

5.  0.0 

Asa  Houghton 

<(     it 

50 

2. 

5.   0.0 

Joseph  Starter   • 

"  19 

47 

2. 

4.14.0 

Partey  Starr 

1  i     ( i 

47 

2. 

4.14.0' 

George  Ray 

"  22 

44 

2. 

4.   8.0 

Azariah  Wright 

"  26 

40 

2. 

4.   0.0 

John  Gould 

( i     ii 

40 

2. 

4.   0.0- 

Samuel  Butler 

"     1 

49 

2. 

4.18.0 

William  Thomas 

ii     i  i 

49 

2. 

4.18.0 

Jonathan  Pratt 

a       (1 

49 

2. 

4.18.0 

Joseph  Scott 

(i       ( ( 

49 

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4.18.0 

Reuben  Comins  (Commins) 

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49 

2. 

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^228.18.0' 

;^228.18.0  William  Hutchins,  Capt. 

The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which   is    two   hundred   and  twenty- 
eight  pounds,  eighteen  shillings.  Thos.  Chittenden. 
Remember  the  soldiers  Bates,  Foot  and  others. 
Reed.  May  23.  1779  of  Ir 


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117 


[16] 


l^Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  Company,  Col.  Warren's 
Reg't.  ot  Militia  in  voluntary  Service  in  guarding  the  frontiers, 
etc.  1779. 


Commence- 

Days 

Wages 

Amt.  of 

Names 

in  ser- 

per 

ment 

vice 

day 

wages 

Capt.  Simeon  Wright 

May  6,  1779 

7 

0.2.0 

0.14.0 

Lt.  Nathi.  Blanchard 

do 

7 

2. 

0.14.0 

•'   John  Forbes 

do 

14 

1.   8.0 

W""  Dwindle,  1st.   sergt. 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Danl.  Smith,  2nd.     do 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Nathan  Pratt,  3rd.  do. 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Stephen  Williams 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Joseph  Hawley 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Noah  Beach 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Jared  Post 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Eben^  Cook 

do 

7 

0.14  0 

Nathl.  Whitney 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Asa  Hale 

do 

14 

1.   8.0 

Enos  Ives 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Thos.  Hale,  Corpl. 

do 

14 

1.   8.0 

John  Smith,  Corpl. 

do 

14 

1.   8.0 

Ac*  James  Mead 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Silas  Pratt 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Abel  Wright 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Frederick  Cushman 

do 

7  . 

0.14.0 

Ezra  Mead 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Eben^  Pratt 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Saml.  Smith 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

John  Moses 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

David  Whipple 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Jos.  Chipman 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

James  Hinman 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Henry  Mead 

do 

14 

1.   8.0 

Elihu  Johnson 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

Justus  Sutherland 

do 

14 

1.   8.0 

Elijah  Grandy 

do 

7 

0.14.0 

^24.18.0 

Simeon  Wright,  Capt. 


118 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same,  being  twenty-four  pounds 
eighteen  shillings,  lawful  money. 

Given  under  my  hand,  at  Arlington,  this  7th  day  of  June,  1779. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Treasury  Office,  Arlington,  June  18,  1779.  Received  of  Ira 
Allen,  Esq.  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  within  pay  roll,  being 
twenty-four  pounds,  eighteen  shillings,  lawful  money,  in  behalf  of 
Capt.  Simeon  Wright. 

James  Claghorn,  Lt.  Col. 

[294]  [Capt.  Simeon  Wright '\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  in  Col.  Gideon  Warren's 
Regiment  of  Militia,  for  being  in  Fort  Ranger  in  the  month  of  May 
in  the  year  1779.     Being  ordered  in  by  Col.  Claghorn. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Subsist- 
ence per 
day 

Total 

Simeon  Wright,  Capt. 
Nathl.  Blanchard,  Lt. 

00  00 

3 
3 

1.8 
0.8 

2.16.0 
1.15.0 

^4.11.0 

Simeon  Wright,  Capt. 

Sworn  before 

John  Fassett  Jr.  Asst. 

State  of  Vermont, 

Arlington,  Aug.  4,  1781. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Aug.  4,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined  and 
approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
Simeon  Wright  or  bearer,  being  four  pounds  eleven  shillings,  law- 
ful money. 

John  Fassett 

Timo.  Brownson 


t  Committee 


Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order, 

;^4.11.0  Simeon  Wright. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


119 


[61,  see  next  roll]  [^Capt.  John  Burt's  Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.    Burt's  Company  for  services  done  this 
and  the  United  States  made  up  at  jQd  per  man  per  month.        1779. 


Names  and  Rank 

When       \ 
entered 

\rhen 
dis- 

Days 
in  ser- 

Amount 
of  pay 

service  ch 

arged 

vice 

Capt.  John  Burt 

April  24  Ju 

ne30 

68 

6.16.0 

Lt.  Elkanah  Spra8:ue 

"     27 

*    28 

63 

6.   6.0 

Ensign  Peter  Haselton 

"     24 

'       6 

44 

4.   8.0 

George  Foot 

June  18 

'    25 

8 

0.16.0 

Sergt.  W™  Sterns 

May  2 

'    28 

58 

5.16. 

"       John  Marks 

Apl.  24 

'    29 

67 

6.14 

Nathan  Billings 

May   tj       ' 

'    28 

54 

^.  8 

Corpl.  Zeb.  Ames 

Apl.  24 

'    29 

67 

6.14 

"       Eben"-  Stoel 

May   2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

"      Jos.  Lockwood 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

'*       Jno.  Darling 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

James  Atwood 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

John  Davis 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

Peter  Tarbin 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

John  Johnson 

"       3 

'    29 

58 

5.16 

Isaac  Smith 

Apl   24 

'    29 

67 

6.14 

James  Keatsley 

"     24 

'    29 

67 

6.14 

Jno.  Barnes 

May   3 

'    29 

58 

5.16 

Abel  White 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

David  Denison 

Apl  24 

'    29 

67 

6.14 

Arch.  Mace 

May  6 

'    28 

54 

5.   8 

Saml.  Spauldin 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

Saml.  Matthews 

"     26 

'    28 

54 

3.  8 

Benj.  Powers 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

Thos.  Powers 

"       2 

'    28 

58 

5.16 

Obed'^  Willard 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5.16 

Winchester  Throop 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5.16 

Sylvester  Bagley 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5.16 

Jos.  Powers 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5.16 

Jeremiah  Bishop 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5.16 

Stephen  Powers 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5.16 

Moses  Morse 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5  16 

John  Knot 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5.16 

Artimus  Robertson 

"       6 

"    28 

54 

5.   8 

W""  Strong 

"       2 

"    28 

58 

5.16 

120 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names  and  Rank 


Saml.  Dike  . 
]er^  Reed 
Saml.  Green 
John  Kellogg 


When 

entered 

service 


May  18 

Apl.  24 

"     24 

"     24 


When 

Days 

in 

dis- 

charged 

ser- 
vice 

June  28 

42 

"    29 

67 

"    29 

67 

"    29 

67 

Amount 
of  pay 


4.  4 
6.14 
6.14 
6.14 

^223.   6 


Arlington,  June  30,  1779.  I  do  certify  on  honor  that  the  with- 
in roll  is  just  and  true  without  fraud  to  this  State,  or  any  indi- 
vidual. John  Burt,  Capt. 

Arlington,  June  30,  1779.  The  within  roll  is  examined  and 
approved,  and  the  Treasurer  of  this  State  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 
the  same,  being  two  hundred  twenty-three  pounds  six  shillings 
lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

Treasury  Office,  Arlington,  June  30,  1779. 

Reed,  of  Ira  Allen  Esq.  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  within 
pay  roll,  being  ^223.6.0  lawful  money. 

John  Burt,  Capt. 


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REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


123 


[13]  [Sheriff's  Fosse  under  Capt.   W'  Gaige] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  the  men  that  went  from  Danby  to  assist  the 
Sheriff  of  the  county  of  Cumberland  in  the  execution  of  his  office 
in  May  and  June,  1779. 


Names 


Capt.  W"  Guage 
Lt.  Isaac  Guage 
John  Veal 


No. 
days 


9K 

sy2 


Pay  per 
day 


48 
48 
48 


Amount 


22.16  0 
20.  8.0 
20.   8.0 


£  63.12.0 


I  do  certify  that  the  above  account  is  just  and  true. 

William  Gaige. 

Arlington,  June  17,  1779.  The  within  account  is  examined 
and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  of  this  State  is  hereby  directed 
to  pay  the  same,  being  sixty-three  pounds,  twelve  shillings,  lawful 
money.  Thos.  Chittenden. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Arlington,  June  17,  1779.  Received  the 
contents  of  the  within  account  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  being  sixty- 
three  pounds,  twelve  shillings,  lawful  money. 

W"  Gaige. 

[20]  [Capf.  Thomas  Sawyer's  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer's  Company  of  Militia, 
raised  for  the  defence  of  the  Northern  Frontiers  of  the  United 
States— 1779. 


Names  and  Rank 


Capt.  Thos.  Sawyer 
Lt.  Wright 

Surgeon  J.  Kuback 
Sergt.  Joseph  Andrus 
"        Reuben  Rowley 
"       Eben''  Smith 
"        Parish  Coburn 
Drm.  Josiah  Kellogg 
Corpl  Pelatiah  Dewey 
Robert  Allen 


Service 

Pay  per 

Entered 

Dis- 
charged 

Milage 

month 
and  sub. 

Months 

Days 

1779 

May    4 

June  28 

1 

26 

05 

£   18 

"     17 

do 

1 

13 

5 

11 

1778 

Dec.  3 

do 

n 
1 

0 

0 

27 

May  17 

do 

1 

13 

5 

.3 

"     21 

do 

1 

9 

5 

H 

"     19 

do 

1 

11 

5 

3 

"     19 

do 

1 

11 

5 

3 

"     23 

do 

1 

7 

o 

■6 

"    22 

do 

1 

8 

5 

44/ 

"     24 

do 

1 

e 

5 

44/ 

Total 


33.17.0 
16.   1.0 

189.  0.0 
4.n.0 
4.  3.0 
4.  7.0 
4.  7.0 
3.19.0 
3.  0.0 
2.17.0 


124 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Service 

Pay  per 

Names  AND  Rank 

Entered 

Dis- 
charged 

Milage 

month 
and  sub. 

Total 

Months 

Days 

1778 

Jona.  Morgan 

June  10 

June  28 

0 

19 

5 

44/ 

1.13.6 

Obadiah  Winter 

May  13 

do 

18 

5 

44/ 

3.16.0 

Saml.  Haines 

"    12 

do 

16 

5 

£     2 

3.   9.0 

Benj.  Hinman 

20 

do 

10 

5 

2 

2.18.4 

Jacob  Sikes 

20 

do 

11 

5 

2 

2.18.4 

Jno.  Ellsworth 

19 

do 

11 

5 

2 

2.19.8 

Hez.  Lioggan 

12 

do 

18 

5 

2 

2.  9.0 

Solom.  Wood 

12 

do 

18 

5 

2 

3.   9.0 

Gideon  Sarles 

12 

do 

18 

5 

2 

3.   9.0 

John  Willard 

12 

do 

8 

5 

2 

3.   9.0 

Timothy  Soper 

24 

do 

6 

5 

2 

2.13.0 

William  Wheeler 

24 

do 

6 

5 

2 

2.13.0 

Samuel  Matteson 

24 

6 

5 

2 

2.13.0 

James  Bentley 

26 

4 

5 

2 

2.10.4 

Seth  Eoyce 

24 

6 

5 

2 

2.13.0 

Joshua  Pride 

25 

5 

5 

2 

2.11.8 

Simon  Sanford 

29 

11 

5 

2 

2.  6.4 

Benj.  Carpenter 

19 

11 

5 

2 

2.19.8 

Dan.  S.  Pratt 

19 

11 

5 

2 

2.19.8 

Martin  D   Follett 

19 

11 

5 

2 

2.19.8 

Obadiah  Dunham 

19 

11 

5 

2 

2.19.8 

Nathan  Allen 

19 

11 

5 

2 

2.19.8 

John  Seely 

19 

11 

5 

2 

2.19.8 

Jacob  Smith 

19 

11 

5 

2 

2.19.8 

Danl.  V.  Debender 

21 

9 

5 

2 

2.17.0 

Stephen  Barrett 

21 

9 

5 

2 

2.17.0 

Anthony  Day 

12 

18 

5 

2 

3.   9.0 

Joseph  Fuller 

12 

18 

5 

2 

3.  9.0 

Eleazer  Mallory 

12 

■  18 

5 

2 

3.  9.0 

Isaac  Adams. 

12 

18 

5 

2 

3.  9.0 

Elisha  Rigdon 

12 

18 

5 

2 

3    9.0 

Danl.  Meigs 

20 

10 

5 

2 

2.18.4 

Zenas  Bradley 

20 

10 

5 

2 

2.18.4 

Josiah  Puller 

20 

10 

5 

2 

2.18.4 

Joshua  Hathaway 

20 

10 

5 

2 

2.18.4 

Eben'  Smith 

24 

6 

5 

2 

2.13.0 

W'"  Malleray 

23 

7 

5 

2 

2.14.4 

Saml.  Eldridge 

23 

7 

5 

2 

2.14.4 

W'"  Lemmon 

30 

0 

5 

2 

2.   5.4 

Eliakim  Pary 

26 

0 

5 

2 

2.10.4 

Elijah  Aimes 

June  2 

0 

27 

5 

2 

2.   1.0 

I  do  certify  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  just  and   true,  without 
fraud  to  the  United  States  or  any  individual. 

Thos.  Sawyer,  Capt.  Com*. 
Rutland,   7   Dec.   1779.      Personally   appeared   Capt.    Thomas 
Saw3'er   and   made   solemn    oath    to    the  authority    of   the  above 
pay  roll.  Before  me, 

Reuben  Harmon,  Justice  of  Peace. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


125 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  May  18.  1786.  The  above  pay 
roll  is  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  contents  being  Three  Hundred  and  Eighty-nine  pounds, 
fourteen  shillings  and  two  pence  continental  mone5\  to  Noah 
Smith,  Esq.  Paymaster. 

Time.  Brownson 
Saml.  Bartlit 


Com<^ 


Treasurer's  Office,    Sunderland,    May  19,  1786. 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 


Rec'd.  of  the 


Noah  Smith. 


Rec'd,  Tinmouth,  June  17,  1780,  of  Noah  Smith,  Paymaster,  in 
behalf  of  Capt.  Thos.  Sawyer,  ;!^389.  14.  2,  the  amount  of  the  above 
pay  roll. 

Parish  Coburn. 

[4,  see  next  roll]         \Capt.  Tehan  Noble's  Co7jipany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Tehan  Noble's  Company  of  Militia  for 
services  done  the  United  States  and  State  of  Vermont,  made  up  at 
three  pounds  per  month. 


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Com- 
mence-    Wh 

en  cis- 

Days 

Amount 

Names  and  Rank 

ment  of       ch 

arged 

in  ser- 
vice 

of  pay 

pay 

r 

Tehan  Noble,  Capt. 

April 

17      Ju 

ne    21 

06 

6.12.0 

Thos.  Butterfield,   Lt. 

( > 

10 

'       15 

66 

6.12.0 

Abraham  Jackson,  En. 

(( 

10 

'       15 

66 

6.12.0 

Robert  Logahan,   Sergt. 

i  i 

23 

'       21 

60 

6.   0.0 

Ephraim  Ripley,       " 

( t 

10 

'       15 

66 

6.12.0 

Daniel   Hurd, 

( ( 

19 

'       21 

64 

6.   8.0 

Archibald  Blodgett.  ' ' 

May 

1 

'       21 

52 

5.   4.0 

Nathaniel  Rowley,  Fifer 

( . 

1 

'       21 

52 

5.   4.0 

Zebulon  Day,  Drum'' 

t  ( 

1 

'       21 

52 

5.   4.0 

Nathaniel  Wallis 

Apl 

12 

'.      15 

64 

6.   8.0 

Augustus  Munson 

May 

1 

'       21 

51 

5.   2.0 

John  Morgan 

k  i 

10 

'       15 

66 

6.12.  (> 

Benj.  Bingham 

( k 

15 

'       15 

61 

6.   2.0 

Nathl.  Montague 

1  ( 

5          ' 

'       15 

41 

4.   2.0 

Samuel  Jewett 

Apl 

10 

'       15 

66 

6.12.0 

Eben--  Stebbins 

( ( 

15 

'       13 

61 

6.   2.0 

Reuben  Bennett 

May 

8 

'       13 

38 

3.16.0 

Silas  Bennett 

Apl 

10 

'       13 

66 

6.12  0 

Thos.  Phillips 

(  ( 

10 

'       13 

66 

6.12.0 

126 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Names  and  rank 

Com- 
mence-    Wh 

en  dis- 

Days 

Amount 

/*             1 

T 

in  ser- 

/» 

ment 

of       ch 

arged 

vice 

of  pay 

pay 

Anthony  Coffee 

Apl 

20     Ju 

ne    21 

63 

6.   6.0 

Enos  Cotton 

May 

1 

'       21 

51 

5.   2.0 

Caleb  Morgan 

( t 

10 

'       15 

36 

3.12.0 

Darius  Moon 

Apl 

10 

'       15 

66 

5.14.0 

Jona.  Olds 

( ( 

17 

'       15 

59 

6.12.0 

Henry  Matteson 

i  ( 

19 

'       15 

57 

5.14.0 

David  Barns 

( ( 

20 

'       15 

66 

5.12.0 

John  Hulett 

i  t 

10 

'       15 

66 

6.12.0 

John  Fuller 

.( 

26 

'       15 

50 

5.   0.0 

Wanton  Buckingham 

( ( 

10 

'       15 

66 

6.12.0 

George  Hill 

( k 

15 

'       15 

Gl 

6.   2.0 

Ezekiel  Mallory 

May 

10 

'       21 

32 

3.   4.0 

Seth  Hinman 

Apl 

12 

'       15 

64 

6.   8.0 

Josiah  Kellogg 

May 

2 

'       21 

50 

5.   0.0 

Joseph  Larkins 

Apl 

24 

'       21 

59 

5.18.0 

Matthew  Shaw 

( ( 

24 

'       21 

59 

5.18.0 

Silas  Pratt 

May 

1 

'       21 

57 

5.   2.0 

Daniel  Green 

( > 

1 

'       21 

57 

5.   2.0 

Royce  Beckwith 

Apl 

24 

'       21 

59 

5.18.0 

John  Blanden 

( < 

24 

'       21 

59 

5.18.0 

Felix  Menter 

( ( 

24 

'       21 

59 

5.18.0 

Nicholas  Wood 

i( 

24 

21 

59 

5.18.0 

Penuel  Stephens 

a 

24 

'       21 

59 

5.18.0 

Bishop  Warren 

i  < 

24 

'       21 

59 

5.18.0 

Reuben  Green 

( < 

24 

'       21 

59 

5.18.0 

Arestus  Munson 

( ( 

22 

'       21 

61 

6.   2.0 

Hammon  Lawrence 

May 

2 

'       21 

50 

5.   0.0 

Amos  Harmon 

Apl 

23 

'       21 

60 

6.   0.0 

W™  Graves 

(  • 

23 

'       21 

60 

6.   0.0 

Luke  Noble 

»< 

23 

'       21 

60 

6.   0.0 

Pliny  Smith 

i  C 

23 

'       21 

60 

6.   0.0 

Saml.  Bates  (Barto  ?) 

May 

2 

'       21 

50 

6.  0.0 

Stephen  Tubbs 

Apl 

29 

'       21 

53 

5.12.0 

Jeshm.  Sethward 

May 

2 

'       21 

50 

5.   0.0 

Jona.  Wood 

i  i 

'       21 

51 

5.   2.0 

Elihu  Allen 

(( 

'       21 

51 

5.   2.0 

Job  Chelsey 

t( 

'       21 

51 

5.   2.0 

Jesse  Sprague 

>  < 

'       21 

51 

5.   2.0 

Silas  Whitney 

a 

'       21 

51 

5.   2.0 

James  Curby 

» » 

'       21 

51 

5.   2.0 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


127 


Names  and  Rank 


Isaac  Mead 
Jas.  Sutherland 
Samuel  Tuttle 
Joab  Smith 
Ira  Rude 
Jerod  Ives 
Jona.  Newton 
Gershom  Beach 


Com 

. 

mence- 

raent 

of 

pay 

Apl 

29 

.  ( 

29 

I  ( 

10 

^  (, 

30 

May 

3 

1  > 

2 

<  ( 

3 

1 1 

3 

When   dis. 
charged 


June  21 
21 
15 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 


Days 
in  ser- 
vice 


53 
53 

66 
52 
49 
50 
49 
49 


Amount 
of  pay 


5.   6.0 

5.  6.0 
6.12.0 

6.  4.0 
4.18.0 
5.  0.0 
4.18.0 
4.18.0 


£  77.18.0 
207.  0.0 


;^^384.18.0 


Bennington,  June  26,  1779  This  roll  is  examined  and  ap- 
proved and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same, 
amounting  to  ;^384.18,  lawful  money. 

Th°  Chittenden. 

Treasury  Office,  Arlington,  June  26,  1779.  Received  of  Ira 
Allen,  Treasurer,  the  amount  of  this  roll,  being  three  hundred 
eighty-four  pounds,  eighteen  shillings,  lawful  money. 

Teh  an  Noble,  Capt. 

[284,  see  preceding  roll]     [Capt  Tehan  Noble  s  Compa7iy\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Tehan  Noble's  Company  of  Militia,  Col. 
Warren's  Regiment,  which  served  in  defence  of  the  Northern 
Frontier. 


Names 


Capt.  Tehan  Noble 
Lit.  Thos.  Butterfield 
En.  Abraham  Jackson 
Sergt.  Robert  Logins 
"    Eph-"  Ripley 
"     Daniel  Heard 
"    Archibald  Blodget 
Corpl.  Amos  Herman 


Entered 
service 


April  IR 
"  18 
"  18 
"  26 
"  26 
"  24 
May  3 

Ap.  18 


Dis- 
charged 


June  18 


•  < 


Time 


Mos, 


Days 


2 

2 
24 
24 
26 
17 

2 


Pr. 

month 


18.0.0 
11. 

9. 

3. 

•6. 

3. 

3. 
44/ 


Mil- 

Total 

ages 

0.6.8 

38.14.8 

6.8 

23.   1.4 

6.8 

18.18.8 

6.8 

5.14.8 

6.8 

5.14.8 

6.8 

5.18.8 

6.8 

5.  0.8 

6.8 

4.17.6 

128 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 


John  Morgan 

Benj.  Bingham 

Joseph  Larkins 

Matthew  Shaw 

Rice  Becket 

John  Blandin 

Felix  Menter 

Nicholas  Wood 

Panuel  Stephens 

Bishop  Warren 

Drum'  Zebina  Day 

Fifer  Nathan  Rowley 

Reuben  Green 

Erastus  Munsel 

Hermon  Laurence 

Saml.  Barlow 

Aaron  Rison 

William  Graves 

Luke  Noble 

Pliny  Smith 

Stephen  Tubs 

Jasher  Southerd 

Jonathan  Wood 

Ehhu  Allen 

Job  Chelsey 

Stephen  Squire 

Silas  Whitney 

James  Curby 

Isaac  Mead 

Silas  Pratt 

James  Sutherland 

Joel  Smith 

Jared  Ives 

Ira  Wood 

Jona.  Newton 

Gershom  Beach 

Jesse  Sprague 

Thos.  Phillips 

Anthony  Coffee 

Silas  Bennet 

Augustus  Spercer 

John  Huting 

Enos  Golton  (Cotton) 

Penuel  Staton 

Job  Caney 

Natha"  Montague 

Samuel  Jewett 

John  Fuller 

David  Barns 

Daniel  Geenoe  (Grenoe) 

Seth  Hinman 


Entered 
service 


Ap.  18 


26 


May  3 
Ap.  24 
May  4 
Ap.  25 


May  4 

"  2 

"  3 

"  3 

"  3 

"  3 

♦•  3 

"  3 

"  1 


"      4 
"     5 

i  (         i  < 
i  (  t  » 

"     3 

Ap.  18 

"    20 

"     18 

"    18 

"    18 

"    18 

"    18 

"    18 

May  7 

Apl  18 

"    26 

"    22 

May  3 

Apl   18 


Dis- 
charged 


June  18 


Time 


Mos. 

2 
2 
2 


Days 


2 

2 

2 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

17 

17 

26 

29 

16 

16 

25 

25 

25 

25 

16 

18 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

19 

19 

18 

18 

16 

15 

15 

15 

17 

2 

0 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

13 

2 

24 

28 

17 

2 


Pr. 

month 

Mil- 
ages 

44/ 
44/ 
44/ 
2 

6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6  8 

44/ 
44/ 
2 

6.8 
6.8 
6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6  8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2.0.0 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

2 

6.8 

Total 


4. 
4. 
4. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3, 


17. & 
17. & 
17.6 
18.8 
13.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8 
18.8- 
3.18.8 
3.13.4 
13. 
1. 
1. 


3. 
4. 
4. 
3. 
3. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
3. 


.4 
.4 
.4 


8.O. 
8.0 


3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 
3. 


0.0 
0.0 
0.0- 
0.0 
8.0 
3.10.8 
3.  9.4 
9.4 
9.4 
9.4 
9.4. 
9.4 
3.12.0 
3.12.0 
3.10.8 
3.10.13 
3.  8.0 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
9.4 
9.4 
6.8 
9.4 
9.4 


3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

4.   9.4 

4.  9.4 

3.  4.0 

4.  9.4 
3.18.8 
4.   4.0 

3.  9.4 

4.  9.4 


9.4 

9.4 

9. 

9. 

4. 

9. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


129 


Names 

Entered 
serviee 

Dis- 
charge 

Time 

Pr. 

month 

Mil- 
ages 

Total 

?a 

Mos, 

Days 
2 

Darins  Mount 

Apl.  18 

June  1 

8         2 

2 

6.8 

4.  9.4 

Henrv  Matson 

(>     (i 

I     t 

2 

2 

2 

6.8 

4.  9.4 

Jona.  Olds 

<i     1  ( 

2 

2 

2 

6.8 

4.  9.4 

Ira  Rood 

('          u 

i 

2 

2 

2 

6.8 

4.  9.4 

Eben'  Stebens 

<l      >1 

2 

2 

2 

6.8 

4.  9.4 

Jared  Hill 

n        a 

1     1 

2 

2 

2 

6.8 

4.   9.4 

Walter  Burlingame 

i«        it 

2 

2 

2 

6.8 

4.   9.4 

Beuben  Bennet 

May  10 

1 

10 

2 

6.8 

3.  0.0 

Caleb  Morgan 

4  •            t  t 

1 

10 

2 

6.8 

3.  0.0 

Ezekiel  Mallery 

"    22 

0 

28 

2 

6.8 

2.  4.0 

Josiah  Kellogg 

"      4 

1 

16 

2 

6.8 

3.  8.0 

Samuel  Tuttle 

ApL  18 

i  (     t 

2 

2 

2 

6.8 

4.  9.4 
;^354.  0.0 

Tehan  Noble,  Captain. 

I  do  certify  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  just  and  true,  without 
fraud  to  the  United  States  or  any  individual, 

Tehan  Noble,  Capt. 

Personally  appeared  Capt.  Tehan  Noble  and  made  oath  to  the 
authenticity  of  the  above  roll,  before  me. 

Eben""  Russell,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  May  18,  1786.  The  above  roll 
is  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
contents  of  the  same,  bein,?  three  hundred  and  fifty-four  pounds, 
continental  money,  to  Noah  Smith,  Esq.  Paymaster  General. 

Tino.  Brownson  \  n^^^i..^^ 
o  1  D  .-1,.  /-Committee 
Sam).  Bartht       j 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  May  19,  1786.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

_£  354,  Noah  Smith. 

Rupert,  20th  June,  1780.  Reed,  the  amount  of  this  Roll  of  Noah 
Smith,  P.  M.  G.,  it  being  ^354. 

Reed,  per  Tehan  Noble,  Capt. 


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134 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[263]        [A  Scouting  Pai-ty  from  Capt.  Simeon  Wrighfs  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  for  a  Scout  in  Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  Company  in 
Col.  Gideon  Warren's  Regiment.  Said  Scout  went  to  the  Lake  at 
Five  Mile  Point,  and  from  thence  to  Bridport  in  July,  A.  D.  1779. 


"Names 


Elisha  Wright,  Sergt. 
Roswell  Post,  Jr. 
Zebulon  Mead 
Weight  Wright 


Days 

8 
8 
8 
8 

Miles 

Total 

45 

45 
45 
45 

1.7.8 
1.5.8 
1.5.8 
1.5.8 

£  6.4.8 

Simeon  Wright,  Capt, 

State  of  Vermont,  Arlington,  Aug.  4,  1781.  Sworn  before 
John  Fassett,  Jr.  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Aug,   4,   1781.     The  within  roll  examined 

and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 

Capt.   Simeon  Wright,  or  bearer,  being  six  pounds  four  shillings 

and  eight  pence,  lawful  money. 

John  Fassett  )  r^  ■>., 

i,.         -D  \  Committee 

Timo.  Brownson  j 

Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order, 

;^6.4.8  Simeon  Wright. 

[75]  \^A  Scouting  Party  under  Sergeant  Thomas  Hinman^ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Sergt.  Thomas  Hinman  in  Capt.  Simeon 
Wright's  Company  of  Militia  in  Col.  Gideon  Warren's  Regiment, 
for  a  scout  to.  the  mouth  of  Otter  Creek  in  the  month  of  August  in 
the  year  1779. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Pay  per 

Mo. 

Total 

Thos.   Hinman,  Sergt. 
Elijah  Grandy 
Gernsey  Roots 
Eben^  Pratt 

7 
7 
7 
7 

55 
55 
55 
55 

2.8.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 

1.9.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


135 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Pay  per 
Mo. 

Total 

Seth  Hinman 
Solomon  Purdy 
James  Hinman 
Silas  Foot 
John  Foot 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

55 
55 
55 
55 
55 

2.0.0 
2.0.0 
-  2.0.0 
2.0.0 
2.0.0 

1.7.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 
1.7.8 

;^    12.11.0 

Nov.  9.  1782.     The  above  account  sworn  to  before  me. 

Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Nov.  19,  1782.  The  within  pay  roll  being- 
examined  and  approved,  the  Trea.surer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to    Thomas    Hinman  or  bearer,  ihe    sum    of    twelve    pounds 


eleven  shillings. 


Timothy  Brownson     ^ 

T  ,      c/  r  Committee 

John  Strong  \ 


Sunderland,  April  25,  1783.  Reed  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the 
contents  of  the  above  order  in  behalf  of  Thomas  Hinman. 

Jonathan  Buck. 

[178,  see  next  roll]      [Capt.  Parmelee  Aliens  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen's  Company  of  Rangers 
for  the  pay  due  to  them  from  the  State  of  Vermont,  made  up  at 
^3  per  man  per  month. 


When 

When 

Amount 

Names 

entered 

dis-' 

Days 

of 

service 

charge 

a 

pay 

1779 

Q.  M.  Sergt.  Cogswell 

Aug'  1^' 

Nov.  1^ 

f       109 

10.18.0 

Sergt.  Nath'  Harmon 

(       .  i 

.»       ki 

109 

10.18. 

"      Elias  Hall 

1       •  ( 

(1       1  ( 

109 

10.18. 

'•      Trueman  Powell 

'  • 

( 1       > 

109 

10.18. 

"      Justice  Allen 

t       .  ( 

1  (       > 

109 

10.18. 

Corpl.  James  Hoskin 

1       ( t 

i  (       k 

100 

10.18. 

Reuben  Baker 

.       i  ( 

( (       1 

109 

10.18 

"       Jona.  'I'yler 

i       ( ( 

h  (       i 

109 

10.18. 

Alpheus  Hall 

1  (       i.\ 

( I       I 

109 

10.18. 

]36 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


When 

When 

Amount 

Names 

entered 

dis- 

Days 

of 

service 

charged 

pay 

1779 

John  Eaton 

Aug*  P' 

Nov.  17 

109 

10.18. 

Salmon  Cogsel 

i 

109 

10.18. 

Drum  Elan  Lee 

109 

10.18. 

Fife  Amos  Stone 

109 

10.18. 

Francis  Culver 

109 

10.18. 

Asa  Lake 

109 

10.18. 

W"  Crawford 

109 

10.18. 

Timo.  Richardson 

109 

10.18. 

Philip  Read 

109 

10.18. 

Bishop  Warren 

109 

10.18. 

Jabesh  Warren 

109 

10.18. 

Joseph  Lawrence 

lOi^ 

10.18. 

John  Russel 

109 

10.18. 

John  Ballard 

109 

10.18. 

Daniel  Ormsby 

109 

10.18. 

Israel  Everest 

109 

10.18. 

Barabas  Chipman 

109 

10.18. 

Sampson  Marble 

109 

10.18. 

John  Buck 

109 

10.18. 

Daniel   Purdy 

109 

10.18. 

Gilbert  Mallory 

109 

10.18. 

Eleazor  Mallory 

109 

10.18. 

Barnard  Ward 

109 

10.18. 

John  Blanchard 

109 

10.18. 

jona.  Marshal 

109 

10.18. 

Joseph  Craw 

109 

10.18. 

Amasiah  Russell 

109 

10.18. 

Isaac  Marks 

109 

10.18. 

Martin  Barber 

109 

10.18. 

Sam'   Merriman 

109 

10.18. 

Jona.   Prindle 

109 

10.18. 

Eph"  Blackman 

109 

10.18. 

Abdiel  Webster 

109 

10.18. 

Nehemiah  Kellogg 

109 

10  18. 

John  Christie 

109 

10.18. 

Elisha  Kilbourn 

109 

10.18. 

Joshua  Juno 

109 

10  18. 

Peter  Powers 

109 

10.18. 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


137 


When 

When 

Amount 

Names 

entered 

dis- 

Days 

of 

service 

charged 

pay 

1779 

Daniel  Furbush 

Augt  l^t 

Nov.  17 

109 

10.18. 

James  Woodward 

>  (             n 

t  <      t< 

109 

10.18. 

Eben^  Tuttle 

(1         .  t 

( (       i( 

109 

10.18. 

Tho^  Powers 

1 1         ( ( 

11      1  ( 

109 

10.18. 

Abel  Green 

t  (          >  ( 

1 1      It 

109 

10.18. 

Castleton,  17'*'  Nov.  1779.  I  do  hereby  certify  that  this  roll 
is  just  and  true  in  all  its  parts. 

Parmelee  Allen,  Capt. 

Arlington,  Nov.  17,  1779.  To  the  Treasurer  of  the  State  of 
Vermont:  You  are  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  amount  of  the  with- 
in roll  to  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen,  being  five  hundred  and  sixty-six 
pounds  sixteen  shillings  lawful  money. 

Tho^  Chittenden. 

Rec'^  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  amount  ot  the  above  pay  roll. 

;^566.16.0  Parmelee  Allen,  Capt. 

[288,  see  preceding  roll]      [Caj>f.  Parmelee  Allen  s  Company\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen's  Company  of  Rangers,  for 
service  done  the  United  States  in  the  year  1779. 


When 

Names 

en- 
tered 
ser- 
vice 

When 
dis- 
charged 

Days 

Pr. 
month 

Total 

Capt.  Parmelee  Allen 

AugM 

Nov.  17 

109 

12.  0 

229.   4.0 

Lt.  Benj.  Everest 

109 

8.   0 

121.17.0 

"    James  Smith 

109 

8.  0 

121.17.0 

Q.  M.  S.  L.  Cogswell 

109 

3.10 

21.16.4 

Sergt.  Nathl.  Harmon 

109 

3.   0 

20.   0.0 

"       Elihu  [Elias]  Hall 

109 

3.  0 

20.  0.0 

''       Truman  Powell 

109 

3    0 

20.  0.0 

"       Justice  Allen 

109 

3.  0 

20.   0.0 

Corpl.  James  Haskins  (Haw- 

kins)    Hoskm' 

( t  1  < 

I  (     i  1 

109 

4.   2 

16.19.9 

138 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Names 


"       Reuben  Baker 
"      Jona.  Tyler 

Elon  Lee  [drummer] 

Amos  Stone  [fifer] 

Alpheus  Hall 

John  Eaton 

Salmon  Cogswell  [Cogsel) 

Francis  Culver 

Asa  Lake 

Wm.  Crawford 

Timo.  Richardson 

Philip  Read 

Bishop  Warner 

Jabez  Warren 

Joseph  Lawrence 

John  Russell 

Daniel  Ormshy 

Israel  Everest 

Barnabas  Chipman 

Simeon  (Samson'l  Marble 

John  Burk  [B  ick] 

John  Bullard 

David  [Daniel]  Purdy 

Gilbert  Mallery 

Bernard  Ward 

John  Blanchard 

Jona.  Marshall 

Joseph  Craw 

Amasiah  Russell  (Bussell) 

Isaac  Marks 

Martin  Barber 

Saml.  Merriam  (Meriman) 

Jonathan  Prindle 

Ephr'"  Blackman 

Abdiel  Webster 

Nehemiah  (eaten  out)  (Kel- 
logg) 

John      Ains      (eaten      off) 

Christie 


When 
en- 
tered 
ser- 
vice 


AugM 


When 
dis- 
charged 


Nov.  17 


Days 


109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
109 
1-09 

109 

109 


Pr. 

month 


2.  4 

2  4 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 

2.  0 


Tot  2 

1 

16.19.9 

16.19.9 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

16. 

7.4 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


139 


When 

Names 

en- 
tered 

When 
dis- 

Days 

Pr. 

month 

Total 

ser- 
vice 

charged 

Elisha  Kilburn 

AugM 

Nov.  17 

109 

2.   0 

16.   7.4 

Joshua  June  (Juno) 

(I     t  i 

109 

2.   0 

16.   7.4 

Peter  Powers 

1  (     ( ( 

109 

2.   0 

16.   7.4 

Danl.  Furbush 

.4            44 

109 

2.   0 

16.   7.4 

Jas.  Woodward 

4  4             4  4 

109 

2.   0 

16.   7.4 

Eben'^  Tuttle 

4  4            4  > 

109 

2.   0 

16.   7.4 

Thos.  Dewey 

4  4             4  4 

109 

2.  0 

16.   7.4 

Abel  Green 

"  " 

4  k             4  4 

109 

2.   0 

16.   7.4 

Eleazer  Mallory 

H      <  t 

4  4             4  4 

109 

2.   0 

16.   7.4 

;^1345.16.3 

$4486. 

Sworn  to  before  me  at  Sunderland,  this  19th.  day  of  Novem- 
ber 1779.  Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

March  28,  1782.  Capt.  Allen's  receipt  for  this  money  on  this 
roll  is  on  a  separate  paper  and  enclosed.  It  was  the  same  excepted 
that  the  continent  would  pay  this  roll,  therefore  the  receipt  was 
taken  on  another  paper.  I.  Allen,  Treasurer. 


[141] 


[^Ca/>i.  Thomas  Sawyer  s  Company\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer's  Company  of  Militia,  raised 
for  the  defence  of  the  Northern  Frontiers  of  America — August, 
1779. 


Time  of 

service 

Wages 
per 

Names 

Entered 

Dis- 
charged 

mouth 
and  sub- 

Travel 
30  m. 

Total 

Mouths 

Days 

sistence 

Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer 

Aug.  15 

Nov.     1 

2 

16 

12 

5" 

80.16.4 

Lt.  Nathl.  Holmes 

It           4. 

Oct.   15 

2 

1 

8 

5 

16.10.4 

En.  Parish  Coburn 

44          4( 

t  (          (  < 

1 

6 

5 

12.   9.0 

Ser^t.  Jacob  Robuck 

•'     18 

Nov,    1 

2 

16 

12 

5 

30.16.4 

"  ArchippasBlodgett 

"     15 

Oct.  15 

2 

0 

6 

5 

11.19.0 

Asa  Briggs 

44           44 

2 

0 

6 

5 

11.19.0 

Matthew  Randall 

4  4          1  ( 

2 

0 

6 

5 

11.19.0 

Obadiah  Risdon 

11          14 

2 

0 

6 

5 

11.19.0 

Corpl.  Thomas  Willard 

i  4          11 

2 

0 

5 

5 

10.   7.0 

Elijah  Grandy 

14          4  4 

2 

0 

5 

5 

10.   7.0 

Elijah  Bishop 

14          14 

2 

0 

5 

5 

10.   7.0 

Drmr  Josiah  Kellogg 

14          14 

2 

0 

5 

5 

10.   7.0 

140 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Time  of 

service 

Wages 
per 

Names 

Entered 

Dis- 
charged 

month 
and  sub- 

Travel 
30  m. 

T(>tal 

Months 

Days 

sistence 

John  Lane 

Aug.  15 

Oct.  15 

2 

0 

5 

5'' 

9.19.0 

Elijah  Spafford 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Parley  Gold 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Jeroham  Sawyer 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

James  Handley 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

EInathan  Hunt 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Philip  Spauldin 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Benj.  Hinman 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Seth  Hinman 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

John  Loggan 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9. -.9.0 

John  Ames 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Robert  Grosser 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

W'"  Hemon 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Joshua  Briggs 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Aphas  Smith 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Phineas  McKnight 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Daniel  Risden 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

John  Bolton 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Daniel  Hewlett 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Erederick  Hard 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Samuel  Smith 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Jacob  Smith 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

W'"  Kellogg 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19;0 

Benj.  Foster 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19-.0 

Richard  Hoskins 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

Silas  Brookins 

2 

0 

5 

5 

9.19.0 

£538.  5.0 

I  do  certify  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  just  and  true,  without 
fraud  to  the  United  States  or  any  individual. 

Thomas  Sawyer,  Capt. 

Rutland,  Dec.  7,  1779.  This  day  personally  appeared  Capt. 
Thomas  Sawyer  and  made  oath  to  the  authenticity  of  the  above 
pay  roll.  Before  me 

Reuben  Harmon ,  Justice  of  Peace. 


Reed,  Tinmouth,    June  17,  1780,  of  Noah  Smith,  Paymaster, 
four  hundred  and  thirty-eight  pounds  five  shillings,  the  full  amount 
of  the  above  pay  roll,  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Thomas  Sawyer. 
^438.5.0        '  Parish  Coburn. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    R0L1,S 


141 


[151] 


\Capt.  John  Stark's  Company,   under  Capt.   P.  Allen\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Stark's  Company,  commanded  at 
this  time  by  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen  in  Col.  Gideon  Warren's  Regi- 
ment of  Militia,  for  service  done  in  defence  of  the  United  States 
to  the  northward  frontiers,  allowing  at  the  rate  of  fifty  shillings 
per  month  for  each  man's  pay  for  the  State  of  Vermont. 


Names 

Entered 

• 
Return- 
ed home 

Days 

Total 

Parmelee  Allen 

Nov.  6 

Nov.  16 

0  18.& 

Saml.  Willard 

4  ( 

0.18.& 

Joel  Harmon 

t  \ 

0.18.9 

David  Comstock 

(  fc 

0.16.9 

Nathl.  Harmon 

(   ( 

0.18.9 

Ezekiel  Harmon 

<   I 

0.18  9 

Philip  Read 

t  t 

0.18.& 

Timothy  Allen 

a 

0.18.9 

Simeon  Barton 

"     12 

0.11.6 

Lemuel  Clark 

''     16 

0.18.9 

Gideon  Adams 

t  (       fc  i 

0.18.9 

Abel  Castle 

t  (       1  ( 

0.18.9 

Caleb  Allen 

( t       (1 

0.18.9 

Joseph  Willard 

( t       ( ( 

0  18.9 

David  Cassei 

"     12 

0.11.6 

Benajah  Stark 

"     16 

0.18.9 

John  Stewart 

0.18.9 

Chauncey  Abbot 

0.18.9 

Nathan  Chassel 

0  18.9 

John  Bark  Hartwick 

0.18.9 

Justus  Allen 

0.18.9 

James  Haskins 

0.18.9 

Elisha  Gilburd 

0.18.9 

Jedediah  Read 

0.18.9 

Joseph  Lawrence 

0.18.9 

Eldad  Curtis 

"     12 

7 

0.11.8 

Obadiah  Winters 

t  (       It 

i 

.  0.11.8 

John  Blanchard 

"     16 

11 

0.18.9 

David  Gilmore 

"     16 

"     12 

i 

0.11.8 
^24.18.4 

142 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  ordered  to  pay  the  same  to  Col.  Gideon  Warren,  which  is  twenty- 
four  pounds  eighteen  shillings  and  four  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden. 

April  15,  1779.  Then  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents 
of  the  above  order.  Per  me,  Gideon  Warren. 


[54] 


\Capt.  Simco7i  Wrighfs  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Gideon  Warren's  Regt.  for  an  alarm  at  Neshobe  [Brandon]  for 
three  days  in  the  month  of  November  ye  22d,  1779,  the  Capt.  and 
Lieut,  being  absent,  Ensign  Nathl.  Blanchard  had  command. 


Names  and  Rank 


Nathl.  Blanchard,  Ensign 
Roswell  Post,  Sergt. 
Daniel  Smith,  Sergt. 
Solomon  Purdy,  Sergt. 
Elisha  Wright,  Sergt. 
Abner  Mead,         Corpl 
Amasa  Blanchard,  do. 


Benj.  Johnson,         do 
John  Smith,  do 

John  Moses,  Jr. 
Jos.  Chipman 
Elisha  Johnson 
Stephen  Mead 
Thos.  Hinman 
B.  Garnesay  Root 
Joshua  Pratt 
Silas  Pratt,  Jr. 
Abel  Wright 
Wait  Wright 
Zebulon  Mead,  Jr. 
Henry  Mead 
Moses  Pratt 
Jas.  Sutherland 
Wm.  Sutherland 


No.  of 

Miles 

days 

travel 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

O 

20 

3 

20 

o 
O 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20  - 

•  3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

3 

20 

Amt.  pay 
due 


^0.19.8 
11.8 
11.8 
11.8 
11.8 
11.2 
11.2 
11.2 
11.2 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


143 


Names  and  Rank 

No.  of 
days 

Miles 
travel 

Am.t.  pay 
due 

Simeon  Wright,  Jr. 
Eben^  Pratt 
Aaron  Miller 
Jona.  Sweet 
Jona.    Newton 
Neh.  Whipple 
David  Smith 
Lemuel   Bradley 
Silas  Smith 

o 

O 

3 

o 
O 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

^10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 
10.8 

^18.   9.8 

Nathl.  Blanchard,  Ensign. 

Rutland  ss.  Rutland,  June  14,  1781.  Personally  appeared 
ensign  Nathl.  Blanchard  and  m.ade  oath  that  the  above  muster  roll 
is  just  and  true  in  all  its  parts,  without  fraud  to  the  State  or  in- 
dividuals. Sworn  before  me, 

Jos.  Bowker,  Assistant. 

Rutland,  June. 26,  1781.     To  the  Treasurer  of  this  State. 

Sir,  Please  to  pay  to  Capt.  Simeon  Wright  the  money  that 
shall  be  found  due  on  the  within  pay  roll  and  his  receipt  shall  be 
your  security,     From,  sir,  your  humble  servt., 

Nathl.  Blanchard,  Ensign. 


Pay  Table  Office.  Augt.  6,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same 
to  Capt.  Simeon  Wright  or  bearer,  being  ^18.6.8  lawful  money. 


Jno  Fassett 
Timo.  Brownson 


Corn' 


Date  above   reed,  of    the  Treas-urer   the  contents  of  the  above 
order.  _  Simeon  Wright. 


144 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[223]  \^Capt.  Ephraim  BuelVs  Company~\ 

A  Pay  Roll  for  Capt.  Ephraim  Buell's  Company  in  Col.  War- 
ren's Regiment  of  Militia,  for  their  service  done  in  the  year  177&' 
in  Scouting  for  the  security  of  the  frontiers,  commencing  the  10th. 
of  May,  1779  and  ending  3d.  of  December  1779,  the  money  being 
due  from  the  State  of  Vermont. 


Names 

When 
en- 
tered 

When 
left 

Days 

Pr. 

month 

Amt. 

wages  and 

rations 

1779 

1779 

Capt.  Ephraim  Buell 

May  1 

Dec.  3 

7 

8.0.0 

2.10.   8 

Lt.  Israel  Hurlbut 

7 

5.8,0 

1.14.15 

•En.  Gershom  Lake^ 
Sergt.  John  Eaton 

8 

5.8  0 

1.17.   4 

6 

2.8.0 

0.13.   6 

"       Azanel  Blanchard 

8 

2.8.0 

0  18.   0- 

Alpheus  Hall 

6 

280 

0.13.   6 

Jesse  Belknap 

5 

200 

0.    8.   0 

Joseph  Hawkins 

2 

2.0  0 

0.   4.   0 

Reuben  Moulton 

5 

2  0.0 

0.10.   0 

John  Moulton 

6 

2.0  0 

0.12.   0 

Elias  Hall 

6 

200 

0.12.   0 

Salmon  Cogsel 

5 

2  00 

0,10.   0 

Brewster  Higley 

3 

2.0  0 

0.   G.   0 

Brewster  Higley,  Jr. 

6 

200 

0.12.   0 

Nehemiah  Hoyt 

7 

2.0.0 

0.14.   0- 

Zadock  Remington 

4 

2  0.0 

0.   8.   0 

Perez  Sturtevant 

5 

2.0.0 

0.   8.   O.- 

^Asa Lakev^ 

5 

2.0.0 

O.I  0.   0.' 

Elisha  Kilbburn 

4 

20.0 

0.   5.   4 

Gershom  Moulton 

5 

2.0.0 

0.10    0 

George  Foot 

2 

2.0  0 

0.   4.   0 

Eli  Cogsel 

8 

2.0.0 

0.16.   0 

Arannah  Woodward 

f; 

20.0 

0.12.   0- 

Benj.  Rifford  (Ufeord) 

0 

2.0  0 

0.   6.   8. 

Benj.  Bennett 

3 

200 

0.   6.   0 

William  Bogue 

3 

2.00 

0.   6.   0 

John  Bogue  (Boog) 

5 

2.0.0 

0.   6.   8 

Peter  Cogsel 

2 

2.0.0 

0.   4.   0 

Jonathan  Gilmore 

2 

2.0.0 

0.   4.   0 

Adams  Johnson 

* 

2 

2.0.0 

0.  4.  a 

James  Gilmore 

I  (         (  ( 

2 

2.0.0 

0.   4.   0 

John  Anderson 

2 

2.0.0 

0.   4.   0 

£1^.   4.   1 

Ephraim  Buell,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


145 


Pay  Table  Office.  11th.  June,  1781.  The  within  roll  being  ex- 
amined is  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same 
which  is  eighteen  pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  one  penny. 

Thos.  Chittenden  »  ^ ... 

„..         n  y  Committee 

1  imo.  Brownson    ) 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
within  roll. 

;^18.14:.  1  Pr.  me.  Ephraim  Buel ,  Capt. 

[170]  [Capf.    Timothy  Bush's  Company^ 

A  Pav  Roll  of  Timothy  Bush's  Company,  under  the  directions 
of  Maj.  Whitcomb,  Jan.  21,  1780. 


Time  of 

J3 

Wages 
due 

Pay 

Amt. 

Names 

engage- 

a 

Days 

Miles 

per 

of 

Total 

ment 

o 

mile 

travel 

Capt.  Timothy  Bush 

Jan.  21 

25 

14.13.4 

40 

4d 

0.13.4 

15.  6.8 

Serg*  Buel 

•'     24 

19 

3.18.5 

40 

4 

13.4 

4.11.9 

Corp>  White 

19 

3.11.9 

40 

4 

13.4 

4.  5.1 

John  Burnap 

19 

3.  5.4 

40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

James  Burnap 

19 

3.   5.4 

40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

John  Burton 

19 

3.   5.4 

40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

Philip  Delano 

19 

3.  5.4 

40 

4 

1.S.4 

3.18.8 

James  Waulon 

19 

3.   5.4 

40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

Jehiel  Boardman 

19 

3.  5.4 

40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

Elisha  Waterman 

19 

3.   5.4 

40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

Daniel  Brown 

19 

3.   5.4 

40 

4 

18. 4 

3.18.8 

Pierce  Burton 

19 

3.   5.4 

40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

Elliot  Bartlet 

19 

3.   5.4 

40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

Jacob  Fowler 

19 

3.   5.4 

.40 

4 

13.4 

3.18.8 

Capt 

ain's  B 

.ations 

3.12.6 

;^70.3.4 

A  true  Pay  Roll. 

Attest,  Tim"  Bush,  Captain 
Sworn  before  John  Fassett,  Asst. 

State  of  Vermont.      Pay  Table   Office.     The   within    Pay  Roll 

examined   and   approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed   to  pay  the 

same  to  Capt,    Tim°y   Bush   or  bearer,    being  the  sum  of  seventy 

pounds  three  shillings  and   four  pence,  lawful  money.     Given  at 

Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

Tho^  Chittenden.  )  <-^_^:.t«« 
-   ,      „         ..  V  Committee 

John  Fassett.         ) 

June   14,  1781.      ReC^   of   I.  Allen,   Treasurer,    seventy  pound 
three  shillings  and  four  pence  for  Capt.  T.  Bush. 

Eli  Burton. 
[10] 


146 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[381]  [A  Scout  under  Lieut.  Hezekiah  Silaway\ 

Pay  Roll  of  a  Scout  from  Moretown,  Jan.  1780. 


Names 


Hezekiah  Silloway,  Lt. 
John  Martin 
Robert  Kanady 
John  Gault,  Sergt 
Samuel  Davis 


Days 

?>■  day 

Miles 

pf  mile 

8 

4.3 

70 

4d 

8 

1.4 

70 

4 

8 

1  4 

70 

4 

8 

1.7 

70 

4 

8 

1.4 

70 

4 

Total 


3.17.4 
1.14.0 
1.14.0 
1.16.0 
1.14.0 


;^9.l0.4 


'      Test,  Hezekiah  Silaway,  Com"^*^  of  said  Scout. 

Attest,  John  Barron,  Major. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Rutland,  Oct.  29,  1784.  The  within  Pay 
Roll  being'  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  will  pay  the 
contents  of  the  same  to  Maj.  John  Barron  for  said  Scout,  being  the 
sum  of  nine  pounds  15/4  lawful  money. 


Rutland,  Oct.  29,  1784. 
the  above  order. 
^9.15.4. 


Timothy  Brownson,  )  Committee 
Thomas  lolman,        \ 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of 

John  Barron. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


147 


[313] 


\Capl.  Nehemiah  LoveweWs  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Nehemiah  Lovewell's  Company,  raised 
by  order  of  Peter  Olcott  Esq.  Colonel,  for  the  defense  of  the 
frontiers  of  the  State  of  Vermont. 


Time  of  Service 

Per 

Com- 

Names 

Mos. 

Days 

month 
dolls. 

Total 

£.    S.  D. 

mence- 

ment   of 

pay 

1780 

Nehemiah  Lovewell,  Capt. 

2 

33>^ 

20.   0.0 

Feb.     1 

James   Ladd,    1st.    Lieut. 

1 

14 

21X 

9.   7.0 

( t          a 

John  Thompson,  2nd  " 

1 

14 

11% 

9.  7.0 

( (           ,  ( 

Benj.  Barnett,  Sergt. 

2 

8 

4.16.0 

t  i          1 1 

Peter  Lurvey,     do 

•      1 

3 

8 

2.12.9 

i  fc          i  i 

Oliver  Hand,      do 

1 

14 

8 

3.12.0 

( i          ( ( 

John  Sloan,         do 

1 

14 

8 

3.12.0 

It.       (1 

Hezekiah  Ford,  Corpl. 

1 

3 

7/3 

2.   9.0 

"       4 

Hugh  Palmer,        do 

1 

6 

7/3 

2.14.0 

"     10 

Moses  Barron 

1 

14 

7/ 

3.   6.0 

"     12 

William  Lock 

1 

9 

7^ 

2.19.0 

( (     k  k 

Abijah  Bayley 

1 

9 

6/3 

2.12.0 

( (     1  > 

John  Barnett 

1 

6 

6/3 

2.   8.0 

"     14 

Jeremiah  Bowen 

1 

3 

6/3 

2.   4.0 

"     11 

Ichabod  Chandler 

1 

3 

6/3 

2.   4.0 

"       4 

Charles  Crook 

1 

6/3 

2.   0.0 

"       5 

Abel  Davis 

1 

9 

6/ 

2.12.0 

( (       (> 

William  Darbe 

1 

6 

6/3 

2.   8.0 

"     11 

Abel  DaviSs  Jr. 

1 

9 

6/ 

2.12.0 

"       4 

John  Gait 

1 

9 

6/ 

2.12.0 

( (      t  i 

Hugh  Gammon 

1 

3 

6/ 

2.   4.0 

"       6 

John    Gibion 

2 

6/3 

4.   0.0 

"       1 

Nehemiah  Gilman 

1 

9 

6/ 

2.12.0 

"     14 

Ira  Hand 

1 

14 

6/3 

2.19.0 

( (     it 

David  Haseltine 

1 

9 

6/3 

2.12.0 

( (     k  t 

Jesse  Heath 

1 

9 

6/ 

2.12.0 

( (     (( 

William  Johnston 

1 

6/ 

2.   0.0 

"       4 

Henry  Lovewell 

2 

6/3 

4.   0.0 

"       1 

Zacheus  Lovewell 

2 

6/ 

4.   0.0 

((       (( 

James  Miller 

1 

6/3 

2.   0.0 

"     11 

Noah.  Moulton 

1 

14 

6/ 

2.19.0 

"     14 

Ebenezer  Olmstead 

1 

9 

6/3 

2.12.0 

"     12 

Ichabod  Patterson 

1 

6/ 

2.   0.0 

"       4 

148 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Names 


Asa  Parker 
Andrew  Parker 
Phineas  Starts 
Matthew  Sloan 
Amos  Skinner 
John  Skeels 
Asa  Webster 
Joseph  White 
Samuel  Root 
Jonathan  Moulton 


Time  of  Service 

Per 

month 

Mos. 

Days 

dolls. 

9 

^fz 

.9 

62/S 

9 

62/3 

9 

6/3 

QYz 

9 

60 

3 

603 

60 

0 

603 

•9 

1 

Total 


£■  s-  D. 
2.12.0 
2.12.0 
2.12.0 
•2.12.0 
2.  0.0 
2.12.0 
2.  4.0 
2.  0.0 
2.  0.0 
2.12.0 


;2{;i46.12  9 


Com- 
mence- 
ment  of 
pay 


1780 
Feb,     4 
11 
18 


11 


Neh^  Lovewell,  Capt. 

This  roll  is  made  up  according  to  the  first  establishment  in 
the  continental  Army,  without  any  allowance  for  the  tall  of 
money.  Neh''  Lovewell,  Capt. 

Pay    Table    office,    Bennington,    Feb.    19,    1782.     The    within 

pay  roll   being  approved   of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed   to 

pay  the  sum  of  one  hundred  and  forty-six  pounds  twelve  shillings 

and  nine  pence  to  Capt.  Nehcmiah  Lovewell  or  order. 

Nathl.  Brush,      |  ^      ^:ff^^ 
T  ^-  1-  r  Committee 

Isaac  lichenor   \ 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Oct.  24,  1782.  Reed,  of  Ira 
Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order,  for  Capt.  Lovewell. 

Neh''  Lovewell. 
£  46.12.9 

[10]  l^Lieut.  Calvin  Parkhursfs  command^ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Calvin  Parkhurst  and  eight  privates  who 
have  been  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  one  month  and  a  half 
in  guarding  the  frontiers  of  this  state,  the  winter  past,  viz: 

One  sub"  45  days  @  149y  per  day  ....         ^324.0.0 

Eight  privates  45  days  each  @  53y4  per  day  each        .  960.0.0 

^1284.0.0' 
Calvin  Parkhurst,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


149 


Westminster,  March  16,  1780,  In  Council  The  above  pay  roll 
examined  and  approved  by  order  of  the  (xovernor  and  Council. 

Jos.  Fay,  Sec'y. 

Pay  Table  Oflfice,  23''  Feby.  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed 
to  allow  on  the  above  order  thirty-two  pounds  two  shillings,  lawful 
money.. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  Timo.  Brownson,  Com^^. 

Rec'd.  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Aaron  Storrs. 

[250]  [Capt  Zebediah  Dewey  s  Men] 

Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  pay  roll  for  five  men  for  going  to 
Brown's  Company  before  they  went  to  Ty  [Ticonderoga]  in  March, 
1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

John  Richards 
John  Smith 
Benj.  Penmety 
Elkanah  Ashley 
Wm.  Richards 

3 
3 

3 

3 

3 

20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

0.10.8 
0.10.8 
0.10.8 
0.10.8 
0.10.8 

^2  13.4 

Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 

17th  May,  1781,  The  above  named  Zebediah  Dewey  swore  to 
the  above  Pay  Roll,  before  me,     Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov^ 

Pay  Table  Office,  1st  of  June  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed 
to  pay  to  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey  the  within,  being  two  pounds 
thirteen  shillings  and  4^^. 

Thos.  Chittenden 

Timo.  Brownson 

Date  above  reed,  the  contents  of  the  above  order  of  the 
Treasurer. 

^2.13.4  Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 


I  Committee 


150 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[334]  {^Capt.  Daniel  Comstock's  Company  {parf)'\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  part  of  Daniel  Comstock's  Company  that  turned 
out  on  the  emergency  of  March  22  and  March  26  A.  D.  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Wages 

Miles 

Travel 

Total 

Daniel  Comstock,  Capt. 

5 

1.13. 

4 

85 

1.8.4 

3.  1.8 

Samuel  Hoit,  En. 

1 

4. 

3 

15 

5.0 

9.3 

John    Lee,              Sergt. 

1 

1. 

7 

15 

5.0 

6.7 

Benja.  Bingham,       " 

4 

6. 

4 

70 

1.3.4 

1.   9.8 

Robert  Averill,         " 

5 

7.11 

85 

1.8.4 

1.16.3 

Eber.  Bradley,  Fifer 

4 

5.10 

70 

1.3.4 

1.   9.2 

Gilbert  Bradley,  Corp. 

5 

7. 

3 

85 

1.8.4 

1.15.7 

Joel  Brownson 

5 

7. 

3 

85 

1.8.4 

1.15.7 

Joseph  Averill 

5 

6. 

8 

85 

1.8.4 

1.15.0 

Leml.  Bradley 

5 

6. 

8 

85 

1.8.4 

1.15.0 

J  oh  on  Board  man 

5 

6. 

8 

85 

1.8.4 

1.15.0 

Samuel  Barrett 

1 

1. 

4 

15 

1.5.0 

6.4 

Jedediah  Bingham 

5 

6. 

8 

85 

1.8.4 

1.15.0 

Azariah  Bradley 

5 

6. 

8 

85 

1.8.4 

1.15.0 

Daniel  Barber 

4 

5. 

4 

70 

1.5.4 

1.  8.8 

Tisk  Bartlet 

1 

1. 

4 

15 

0.5  0 

6.4 

Asa  Brownson 

1 

1. 

4 

15 

5.0 

6.4 

Zenas  Bradley 

1 

1. 

4 

15 

5.0 

6.4 

Joseph  Bradley,  Jr. 

4 

5. 

4 

70 

1.3.4 

1.  8.8 

Jesse  Chipman 

1 

1. 

4 

15 

5.0 

6.4 

Barnabas  Chipman 

4 

5. 

4 

70 

1.3.4 

1.   8.8 

Edward  Everts 

1 

1. 

4 

15 

5.0 

6.4 

David  Hoit 

2 

2. 

8 

20 

6.8 

9.4 

Benjamin  Lewis 

1 

1. 

4 

15 

5.0 

6.4 

Benjamin  Meigs 

4 

4. 

5 

70 

L3.4 

1.   8.8 

Reuben  Pitcher 

1 

1. 

4 

15 

5.0 

6.4 

John  Kelly 

4. 

5. 

4 

70 

1.3.4 

1.   8.8 

Jesse  Welden 

4 

5. 

4 

70 

1.3.4 

1.   8.8 

Joseph  Whitford 

4 

5. 

4 

70 

1.3.4 

1.  8.8 

;^33.19.5 

June  7,  1781.  Capt.  Comstock  swore  to  the  within  roll  in 
common  form     Before  me,  Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov'' 

Pay  Table  Office,  7th  of  June,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which 
is  thirty-three  pounds  nineteen  shillings  and  four  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden 
Timo.  Brownson 


Com« 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


151 


Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order. 

;^33.19.5  Danl.  Comstock,  Capt. 


[226] 


[Capf.  Abel  Merriman  s  Company\ 


An  Abstract  of  Pay  for  Capt.  Abel  Merriman's  Company,  Col. 
Ebene.  Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia,  in  their  tours  to  Skeensboro', 
Ticonderoga  and  BuUwagg  Bay,  in  March,  Anno  Domini,  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Amt.  of 
wages 

Miles 

Amt. 
milage 

Total 

1  Captain 

2  Subalterns 

3  Sergeants 
2  Corporals 

23  Rank  and  file 

6 
19 
26 
12 
96 

2.   0.0 
4.   2.4 
2.   1.2 
0.17.9 
10.18.0 

64 

184 

273 

128 

1009 

1.  1.4 
3.  1.4 
4.11.0 

2.  2.8 
16.16.4 

3.   1.   4 
7.   3.   8 
6.12.   2 
3.   0.   5 
27.14    4 

•;^47.]1.11 

This  is  a  true  abstract. 


30th   June, 
before  me. 


1781.     Capt. 


Test,      Abel  Merriman,  Capt. 

Merriman    swore    to    the    above  roll 
Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov. 


June  30,  1781.  The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved, 
the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Abel  Merriman 
the  sum  of  forty-seven  pounds  eleven  shillings  and  eleven  pence. 

Timothy  Brownson   |  ^ 

T  1,     T?         4-4.  r  Committee 

John  Fassett  j 

Date  fabove,  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
within.  Abel  Merriman. 


152 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[359] 


[^Capt.  Daniel  SviitJCs  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll   for  Capt.   Daniel  Smith's  Company   in   Col.   Ira 
Allen's  Regt.  ot  Militia  in  an  alarm  to  Skeensboro',  March,  1780. 


I 


Names 

Days 

2 

Miles 

Per  Day 

Total 

Capt.    Daniel  Smith 

20 

5.4 

1.   0.  0 

Lt.  John  Cochran 

2 

20 

3.7 

15.   2 

"En.  Timo.  Mighles 

2 

20 

3.7 

15.   2 

Clerk  Peter  Roberts 

2 

20 

1.7 

9.10 

Sergt.  Joel  Shelden 

2 

20 

1.7 

9.10 

"       Oliver  Scott 

2 

20 

1.7 

9.10 

Amos  Curtis 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

Eben'^  Hurlburt 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

Phineas  Sheldon 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

Eben''  Morse 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

Noah  Morse 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

Abijah  Dunning 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.  4 

Jona.  Armstrong 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

Jedediah  Barton 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

Israel  Smith 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

David  Cranson 

2 

20 

1.4 

9.   4 

£^.n.  2 

Attest,     Daniel  Smith,  Capt. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  June  6,  1781.  The  within  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Daniel  Smith  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  eight 
pounds  thirteen  shillings  and  two  pence,  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  ^ 

T  u     17        i.,.  r  Com^« 

John  Fassett  ) 

Date  above,  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  above  contents. 
£%.  13.2.  Danl.  Smith,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


153 


[258] 


[A  Rutland  Company  under  Ensign  Isaac  Cushman^ 


A  Pay  Roll  for  a  Company  of  Militia,  belonging  to  Rutland, 
under  the  command  of  Ensign  Isaac  Cushman,  on  an  Expedition 
to  Ticonderoga  in  March,  1780,  at  the  time  of  the  invasion  of 
Skeensborough  Fort. 


Names 

Days 

7 

Miles 

Total 

Isaac  Cushman,  En. 

55 

2.   3.   1 

Henry  Strong,  Sergt. 

7 

55 

1.   9.   5 

Saml.  Williams,     " 

7 

55 

1.   9.   5 

Sylvanus  Brown 

7 

55 

1.  7.   8 

Solomon  Hill 

7 

55 

1.  7.  8 

Daniel  Squier 

7 

55 

1.   7.  8 

John  Forbes 

7 

55 

1.   7.  8 

Wm.  Barnes 

7 

55 

1.  7.  8 

Isaiah  Hunewell 

7 

55 

1.   7.  8 

Saml.  Beach,  Lt.,  Volun^ 

7 

55 

1.   7.   8 

Edward  Waters 

9 

55 

2.   2.   0 

W"  Post 

9 

55 

1.18.  8 

Moses  Hale 

7 

55 

0.17.  0 

Asa  Edmunds 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Joseph  Keeler 

4- 

55 

0.17.  0 

Aaron  Scott 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Micah  Whitney 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Noah  Beach 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

John  Stratton 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Naihan  Pratt,  Jr.  [Perry?  Perty?] 

4 

55 

0.17.   0 

Stephen  Williams 

4 

55 

0.17.   0 

Nathan  Pratt 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Frederick  Cushman 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Elias  Post 

4 

55 

C.17.  0 

Gideon  Walker 

4 

55 

0.17.   0 

Alexander  Barr 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Thos.  Hale 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Josiah  Hale 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Bezaleel  Dewey 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

Obadiah  Wheeler 

4 

55 

0.17.  0 

^34.17.11 

Attest,     Isaac  Cushman,  Ensign. 


154 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Rutland,  May  31,  1781.  Personally  appeared  Ensign  Isaac 
Cushman,  signer  of  the  above  pay  roll  and  made  solemn  oath  to 
the  truth  of  the  same.     Before  me, 

Jonathan  Bruce,  Justice  of  Peace.    ■ 

Pay  Table  OSce,  12th  June  1781.  The  within.  Pay  Roll  ex- 
amined and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Isaac  Cushman,  or  order,  which  is  thirty-four  pounds 
seventeen  shillings  and  eleven  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  ^ 

n^-         r,  y  Committee. 

Timo,  Brownson     ) 

Rutland,  June  8,  1781.  To  his  Excellency  Thos.  Chittenden, 
Esq.  Please  to  deliver  the  sum  of  the  within  roll  to  the  bearer, 
Sylvanus  Brown,  and  yon  will  oblige 

Your  humble  servant,  Isaac  Cushman. 

Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order. 
;^34.17.11  Sylvanus  Brown. 


[235] 


[CaJ>t  Simeon  Wrtghfs  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Simeon  Wright's  Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Gideon  Warren's  Regiment  for  a  scout  to  the  Lake  against 
Crownpoint  and  then  to  Ticonderoga  the  last  of  March,  in  the 
year  1780. 


Names 


Simeon  Wright,  Capt. 
Saml.  Campbell,  Lt. 
Nathl.  Blanchard,  En. 
Roswell  Post,  Jr.,  Sergt. 
Daniel  Smith,  '* 

Elisha  Wright,  " 

Solomon  Purdy,        " 
Abner  Mead,  Corpl. 


Days 

Miles 

7 

50 

7 

50 

7 

50 

7 

50 

7 

50 

7 

50 

7 

50 

3 

30 

Subsist- 
ence 
per  day 

0.1.8 
0.0.8 


Pay  per 

month 

8. 

0.0 

5.10.0 

5.10.0 

2. 

8.9 

2. 

8.9 

2. 

8.0 

2. 

8.0 

2. 

4.0 

Total 


3. 
2. 
2. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 


5.8 
6  5 
^.b 
7.9 
7.9 
7.9 
7.9 


0.14.5 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


155 


Subsist- 

Pay per 
month 

Names 

Days 

Miles 

ence 
per  day 

Total 

Benj.  Johnson,  Corpl. 

7 

50 

2.   4.0 

1.   6.8 

John  Smith, 

7 

50 

2.   4.0 

1.   6.8 

Amasa  Blanchard, " 

7 

50 

2.   4.0 

1.   6.8 

Thomas  Lee 

7 

50 

2.  0.0 

1.   6.0 

Isaac  Martin 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Nehemiah  Whipple 

4 

30 

2.  0.0 

0.15.4 

Simeon  Wright,  Jr. 

5 

30 

2.   0.0 

0.16.8 

Benj.  Whipple 

3 

30 

2.   0.0 

0.14.0 

Neh^  Gates 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Zenas  Ross 

7- 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

David  Whipple 

7 

50 

2.  0.0 

1.   6.0 

John  Moses,  Jr. 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

B.  Garnsey  Root 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Henry  Mead 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Joshua  Pratt 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Silas  Pratt 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

W^  Dwinnell 

3 

30 

2.   0.0 

0.14.0 

John  Sutherland 

3 

30 

2.  0  0 

0.14.0 

Justus  Sutherland 

4 

30 

2.   0.0 

0.15.4 

Jonathan  Adams 

3 

30 

2.   0.0 

0.14.0 

Joel  Roberts 

4 

30 

2.   0.0 

1.       0 

James  Sutherland     * 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

0  15.4 

Isaac  Mead 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Ebene.  Sterns 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Joseph  Chipman 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Waight  Wright 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

John  Cook 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Robert  Huston 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

John  Hinman 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Aaron  Miller 

3 

30 

2.   0.0 

0.14.0 

David  Kingsley 

3 

30 

2.  0.0 

0.14.0 

Michael  Coanson 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Lebbeus  Johnson 

7 

50 

2.  0.0 

1.   6.0 

Abel  Wright 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

Jonathan  Sweet 

3 

30 

2.   0.0 

6.14.0 

Saml.  Shelding 

7 

50 

2.   0.0 

1.   6.0 

^54.16.7 

Simeon  Wright,  Capt. 


156 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


i  Com^« 


State  of  Vermont,  Arlington,  Aug.  4,  1781.  Sworn  to  be- 
fore John  Fassett,  Jr.,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Aug.  4.  1781.  The  written  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  Simeon  Wright,  or  bearer,  being  fifty-four  pounds  sixteen 
shillings  and  seven'pence.  John  Fassett 

Timothy  Brownson 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order.  Simeon  Wright. 

£b^  16.7 
[130]  \Capt.  Abraham  Underhiir s  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Abraham  Underhill's  Company,  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  in  defence  of  the 
frontiers  the  22^  March,  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Abr.  Underbill 

1 

14 

0.16.4 

Corpl.  Dan  Kent 

6 

10 

1.   8.9 

Wm.  Manley 

6 

60 

1.    8.9 

Cephas  Kent 

1 

10 

0.   4.8 

John  Gray 

6 

60 

1.   8.0 

Ichabod  Dimock 

1 

10 

0.   4.8 

Reuben    Bloomer 

6 

60 

1.   8.0 

Isaac  Underbill 

6 

60 

1.  8.0 

George  Gage 

1 

10 

0.   4.8 

Joseph  Ingal 

1 

14 

0.   6.0. 

John  Manley 

1 

14 

0.   6.0 

Alexander  Kent 

6 

40 

1.   1.4 

John  Kent 

1 

10 

0.  4.8 

John  Farwell 

1 

10 

0.   4.8 

James  Willcocks 

6 

60 

1.   8  0 

John  Moss 

6 

40 

1.   1.4 

Joseph  Curtis 

6 

40 

1.   1.4 

Matthias  Morss 

6 

40 

1.  1.4 

Josiah  Foster 

6 

40 

1.  1.4 

Henry  Allen 

6 

40 

1.  1.4 

Asa  Strong 

6 

60 

1.  8.0 

Thomas  Coan 

6 

60 

1.  8.0 

Prince  Paddock 

6 

60 

1.   8.0 

Jacob  Sikes 

6 

60 

1.  8.0 

Silas  Reynolds 

6 

60 

1.  8.0 
^24.   4.2 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


1.57 


Pay  Table   Office,    ir'>  June.    1781.      The    within    roll    being 

examined  is  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 

same,    which   is    twenty  four  pounds    fourteen    shillings    and    two 

pence.  Thos.  Chittenden        /  ^-  ' 

T^™   *i,      D  r  Committee 

Timothy  Brownson     ( 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order.  Abraham  Underbill,  Capt. 

One  pound  eight  shillings  paid  back,  which  was  put  in  through 
mistake, 

[146]  l^Capt.  Daniel  Smith'' s  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  for  Capt.  Daniel  Smith's  Company  in  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  an  alarm  to  Mount  Independence 
in  March.  1780. 


Names 

Days 
6 

Capt.  Daniel  Smith 

Lt.  John  Cochran 

6 

Peter  Roberts,  Clerk 

6 

Sergt.  Joel  Shelden 

6 

'♦      Oliver  Scott 

6 

Noah  Smith 

6 

W"  Gold 

6 

Phineas  Smith 

6 

Abijah  Dunningr 

(! 

Jedediah  Barton 

6 

Asa  Strong 

6 

James  Paul 

6 

David  Cranson 

6 

Josiab  Foster 

6 

David  Brady 

6 

Miles 


fiO 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


Wages 

pr 

day 


5.4 
3.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.4 
1.4 


.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


Sub- 
sist- 
ence 
per 
day 


1.4 
.8 


Sum 

of 

"wages 


12.0 
1.6 
9.6 
9.6 
9.6 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 


Sum 

Sum  of 

of 

subsist- 

Total 

milage 

ence 

1.0.0 

0.8.0 

3.  0.0 

1.0.0 

0.4.0 

3.  5.6 

1.0  0 

1.  9.6 

1.0.0 

1.   9.6 

1.0.0 

1.  9.6 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

1.0,0 

1.  8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 
;^28.14.0 

Attest,     Daniel  Smith.  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont,  Arlington.  June  6.  1781.  Personally  ap- 
peared the  within  named  Capt.  Daniel  Smith  and  made  oath  that 
to  the  best  of  his  knowledge  the  within  roll  is  just  and  true. 

Before  me         John  Fasset,  Assistant. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  June  6,  1781.  The  within  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Daniel  Smith  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  twenty- 
three  pounds  fourteen  shillings,  lawful  money. 

Thomas  Chittenden  |  ,, 

T  r,     T:^  .      ,.*  \  Committee 

John  Fassett  \ 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  above  conients. 

Daniel  Smith,  Capt. 


158 


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[174]  [Capf.  Zebediah  Dewey  s  Cojnpany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Company  of  Militia  for 
service  done  the  State  in  March,  1780. 


Namf.s 

Days 

Per  day 

Miles 

Amt.for 
travel 

Total 

Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey 

4 

0.6.8 

36 

0.12.0 

1.188 

Lt.  William  Ward 

4 

4.3 

36 

12 

1.   9  8 

John  Ashley,  Corp' 

4 

1.5 

36 

12. 

0.17  8 

Ichabod   Marchell,  Corp' 

4 

1.5 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Silas  Brookins 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17  4 

William  Hooker 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17  4 

John  Owen 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

Ithamar  Brookins 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Elijah  Goodwin 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17  4 

Thomas  Dewey 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Eben--  Canfield 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Elkanah  Ashley 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

John  Mosely 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

Elemuel  Hyde 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

Seth  Crow 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

William  Richards 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Ephraim  Blackman 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Benj  Davis 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17  4 

Enoch  Ashley 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Joel  Grannas  [Granas] 

4 

14 

36 

12. 

174 

Sam'  Fletcher 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

Isaac  Crow 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

37.4 

Elisha  Allen 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Thomas  Ashley 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17  4 

Elijah  Owen 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Obadiah  Winters 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

Walter  Durfee 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

William  Hooker,  Jr. 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Josiah  Lewis 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Samuel  Church 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

John  Smith 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

Josiah  Squires 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Elisha  Ashley 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17  4 

Peter  How 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

John  Grant 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Josiah  Grant 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

John  Richards 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


161 


Names 

Da5^s 

Per  day 

Miles 

Amt  for 
travel 

Total 

Jeremiah  Adams 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17  4 

Nehemiah  Killigg 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

174 

Ezra  Perkins 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Josiah  Bennett 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Benj.  Parmely 

4 

1.4 

36 

12. 

17.4 

Isaac  Race 

4 

1.4 

36 

12 

17.4 
;^38.18.8 

Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 

11*^  May,  1781,      The  above  named  Zebediah  Dewey  swore  to 
the  above  and  foregoing  Pay  Roll,  before  me, 

Tho^  Chittenden,  Governor. 

Pay  Table  Office,  June  1,  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  to  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey  the  within  pay  roll,  which  is  thirty- 
eight  pounds  eighteen  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Thomas  Chittenden  j  >^  „     ■^. 

John  Fassett  f  Committee. 

Date  above  received  the  contents  of  the  above, 
;^38.18.8  Zebediah  Dewey,  Captain. 

[140]  \Capt.  Benjamin  Cooky's  Company'^ 

Pay  Roll  for  Capt.  Benj.  Cooley's  Company  in  Col.  Eben"" 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia,  called  out  on  the  alarm  of  the  23'^ 
March,  1780.  commencing  the  23'^  March  and  ending  the  28"'  day 
of  March,  inclusive,  the  money  being  due  from  the  State  of 
Vermont. 


Names 

Days 

Amt. 
wages 

Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Capt.  Benj.  Cooley 

6 

1.12.   0 

47 

15.8 

2.    7.   8 

Lt.  Moses  Ormstead 

6 

1.   1.   6 

47 

15.8 

1.17.   2 

En.  James  Hopkins 

5 

0.17.11 

47 

15.8 

1.13.  r 

Sergt. Silas  Mosher 

2 

0.   3.   2 

47 

15.8 

0.  8.10 

Bazaleel  Richardson 

6 

0.   9.   6 

47 

15.8 

.      1.   5.  2 

"     David  Crippen 

6 

0.   9.   6 

47    . 

15.8 

1.   5.   2 

"     Saral.  Ellsworth 

5 

0.   7.11 

47 

15.8 

1.  3.  7 

Clerk  John  Barnes 

6 

0.   9.   6 

47 

15.8 

1.  5.  2 

Corpl.  James  Stevens 

6 

8.   8 

47 

15.8 

1.   4.   4 

[11] 


162 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 


Corpl.  Ashbel  Hopkins 

"       Aaron  Perkins 
vSamuel  Wis  wall 
Abel  Stevens 
Jeremiah  Parker 
Solomon  Story 
Jona.  Partridge 
Ephraim  Story 
Imri  Smalley 
W"  Cox 

Adonijah  Brooks 
Luther  Drury 
Nehemiah  Hopkins 
Ebenezer  Ambler 
Samnel  Sheldon 
Gershom  Beach 
Timothy  Miller 
David  Gillmore 
Gideon  Cooley 
Daniel  Stevens 
Jabez  Ormstead 
Samuel  Crippin 
Benjamin  Stevens 
Stephen  Jenner 


Days 


G 
2 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
5 
5 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


Amt. 
wages 


8.  8 

2.  8 

8.  0 

8.  0 

8.  0 

8.  0 

8.  0 

8.  0 

8.  0 

8.  0 

6.  8 

8.  0 

8.  0 

6.  8 

6.  8 

5.  4 

6.  8 
6.  8 
6.  8 
6.  8 
6.  8 
6.  8 
6.  8 
2.  8 


Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8' 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15.8 

47 

15  8 

17 

5.8 

Total 


1.  4.  4 

0.  8.  4 

1.  3.  8 
1.  3.  8 
1.  3.  8 
1.  3  8 
1.  3.  8 
1.  3.  8 
1.  3.  8 
1.  3.  8 
1.  3.  4 
1.  3 
1.  3.  8 
1 
1 

1.  1 

1.  2 


8 

2.   4 

2.   4 

0 

4 

1.  2.  4 
1.  2.  4 
1.  2.  4 
1.  2.  4 
1.  2.  4 
1.  2.  4 
0.   8.   4 


^38.12.   8 


Benj.  Cooley,  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont,  Arlington,  Aug.  10,  1781.  Sworn  to  by 
Capt.  Benj.  Cooley.     Before  John  Fassett,  Jr.  Assistant. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Aug.  10,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pa}'  the  same  to 
Capt.  Benj.  Cooley  or  bearer,  being  thirty-eight  pound  twelve  shil- 
lings and  eight  pence,  lawful  money. 

John  Fassett  ]  ^  .,, 

T^p-       .,      -D  y  Com.mittee 

Timothy  Brownson  j 

Reed.  10'^  August,  1781,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of 
the  above  order.     Per  me, 

^38.12.8  Benj.  Cooley. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


163 


[84]  \Capt.  Stephen  Calkins'  Company] 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Stephen  Calkins'  Company  of  Militia  in  an 
alarm  in  March  1780  by  order  of  Col.  Eben""  Allen,  in  the  county 
of  Rutland. 


En 

Names 

sei 

tered 
•vice 

Miles 
travel 

Days 

Wages 
per  day 

Total 

Stephen  Calkins,  Capt          Ma 

r.  26 

70 

6 

5  4 

3.15.  4 

Eben'"  Wilson,  Lieut                 ' 

70 

6 

3.7 

2.  4.10 

Isaac  Colvin,  Ensign                ' 

70 

6 

3.7 

1.  0.  0 

Daniel  Brumley,    Sergt.           ' 

70 

6 

1.7 

1.12.10 

Luther  Colvin, 

70 

6 

1.7 

1.12.10 

Reuben  Rowley,       ' '               * 

70 

6 

1.7 

1.12.10 

Jona.  Sprague,           "               ' 

70 

6 

1.7 

L12.10 

Harry  Spalding                         ' 

70 

6 

1  4 

1.11.   4 

Jona.  Sealy                                 ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.   4 

Richard  Latin                            ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.   4 

Thomas  Allin                              * 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.   4 

Michael  Wilson                         ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Nathl.  Sheldon 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Thos.  Tuttle 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

James  Webster                            ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Jesse  Tuttle 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Wm.  Brumley,  Jr.                      ' 

70  ■ 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

George  Gage                                ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

John  Gage                                   ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

W«  Gage 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Cons^  Vial 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Prince  Allen                               ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Zoah  Allen                                  ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Obadiah  Edwards                      ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

James  Clark                                 * 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Saml.  Barlow                             * 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

John  Sealee 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Joseph  Gage                                ' 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 

Walter  Gage 

70 

6 

1.4 

1.11.  4 
;^47.   8.   8 

164 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


I  Committee 


Committee  of  Pay  Table,  Oct.  18.  1781.  The  within  pay  roll 
being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed 
to  pay  the  same,  being  forty-seven  pounds  eight  shillings  and 
eight  pence,  agreeable  to  the  within  roll. 

Isaac  Tichenor 

Timothy  Brownson 

Treasurer's  Office,  Charlestown,  Oct.  18,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira 
Allen  Esq  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  forty- 
seven  pounds  eight  shillings  and  eight  pence,  in  behalf  of  Capt, 
Calkins.  Eben'  Wilson,  Capt. 

^47.8.8 

[70]  [Lieut  Enoch  Hall's  Corps  of  Rangers^ 

Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Enoch  Hall's  Corps  of  Rangers  raised  by 
order  of  the  State  of  Vermont  for  the  defence  of  the  Northern 
Frontiers. 


"XT 

Commence- 

Time of 

Pay 

rr\        .        1 

Names 

per 

Total 

ment  of  pay 

service 

month 

Mos. 

Days 

Dolls 

Enoch  Hall,  Lieut 

17  Mar.  1780 

8 

15 

18^3 

47.12.0 

Timoy  Nash,  Sergt 

27      " 

8 

5 

8 

19.12. 

Nathan  Caswell,  Corpl 

8 

5 

7/3 

17.19.8 

Deliv®  Sawyer,  Private 

8 

5 

6/3 

16.   6.8 

John  Hough 

( i          i  fc               ( ( 

8 

5 

^yi 

16.   6.8 

John  Hough,  Jr. 

8 

5 

6/3 

16.   6.8 

William  A.mey 

8 

5 

6/3 

16.   6.8 

Timothy  Day 

8 

5 

6/3 

16.   6  8 

John  Liccey 

8 

5 

6/3 

16.   6.8 

Abner  Osgood 

8 

5 

6/3 

16.   6.8 

Silas  Sargeant 

8 

5 

6/ 

16.   6.8 

Benj.  Byram 

8 

5 

6/ 

16.   6.8 

Orsamus  Bayley 

8 

5 

6/ 

16.   6.8 

Nathaniel  Hall 

8 

5 

^fi 

16.   6.8 

$88211=  Lavv^ful  money  264.17.0 


Examined.  T.  Tolman,  Pay  Master. 

N.  B.  The  above  officers  and  soldiers  were  discharged  on  the 
30th  day  of  Nov.  and  consequently  made  up  in  the  above  roll  to 
that  date  inclusive. — The  above  roll  is  just  and  true,  without  fraud 
to  this  state  or  any  individual,  according  to  my  best  knowledge. 


(Errors  excepted)     Per  me, 


Enoch  Hall.  Lieut. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


165 


Arlington,  19th  Dec.  1780,  Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay 
roll  being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  dii  ected 
to  pay  to  Thomas  Tolman,  Paymaster  to  the  troops  of  this  state  the 
sum  of  two  hundred  and  sixty-four  pounds  seventeen  shilling's 
hard  money,  or  an  equivalent  in  paper  currency,  it  being  the  total 
amount  of  said  roll,  taking  his  receipt  for  the  same. 

Thos.  Chittenden  }  ^ 
Jno.  Fassett  f  ^°^ 

Reed,  the  above  in  full. 
March  20,  1783.  Th.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 

[305]  [Capf.  John  Spafford's  Company'] 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Spafford's  Company  in  Col.  Gideon 
Warren's  Regt.  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont 
in  the  month  of  March,  A.  D.  1780,  from  the  22nd.  to  the  29th. 


Names 

When 
entered 

When 

dis- 

Icharg'd 

Days 

Per 
month 

Miles 
25 

Total 

Capt  John  Spaflford 

Mar.  26 

Mar.  29 

4 

8.0.0 

1.17.  8 

Lt.  Samuel  Allen 

"     22 

1  <     (1 

8 

5.8.0 

25 

2.   7.10 

Sergt.  Zephaniah  White 

"     22 

11     1  < 

8 

2.8.0 

25 

1.  6.  4 

John  Chandler 

"    26 

( <     1  < 

4 

2.8 

25 

17.  4 

•'       Daniel  or  David  Adams 

"    22 

it     (( 

8 

2.8 

25 

1.  6.  4 

Corpl.  Silas  Gerads 

"     20 

it     <( 

7 

2.4 

25 

1.  3.  2J 

Daniel  Ray 

"     22 

<i     11 

8 

2.4 

25 

1.  5.   4 

Eph"  Coy 

"     22 

1  (     11 

8 

2.0 

25 

1.  5.   4 

"       William  Joiner 

"     26 

((     11 

4 

2.4 

25 

16.   4 

David  Whitmarsh 

"     26 

i{     11 

7 

2.0 

25 

1.   2.  4 

Joshua  Remington 

"     23 

11     11 

8 

2. 

25 

1.   4.  4 

Sarauel  Gary 

*'     26 

II     <i 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Stephen  Roys 

"     28 

(1     (1 

7 

2. 

25 

1.  2.  4 

Joseph  Reynolds 

"     26 

11     (1 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Samuel  Roys 

"    26 

11     11 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Silas  Bingham 

((     (1 

11     11 

4  • 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Elisba  Smith 

"     22 

11     «i 

8 

2. 

25 

1.  4.  8 

Azor  Perry 

"     26 

11     <( 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Matthew  Parker 

U          (1 

<i     11 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Saml.  McClure 

(t       <> 

11     1. 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Benj.  Johnson 

(>       (( 

11     1 1 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Eliphas  Brewster 

"    25 

u          .  < 

5 

2. 

25 

18.  4 

Cyrus  Chipman 

"     23 

1  <      11 

7 

2. 

25 

1.   2.  4 

David  Caswell 

"     22 

11       (1 

8 

2. 

25 

1.  4.  4 

Ozim  Brewster 

"     27 

(1      11 

3 

2. 

25 

14.  4 

Isaac  Grant 

"     24 

11      .( 

6 

2. 

25 

1.   0.  4 

Daniel  Fuller 

"     26 

il      11 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Thos.  Hutchinson 

'•     27 

(1       (1 

3 

2. 

25 

14.   4 

James  Fitch 

ti     i< 

11       (( 

3 

2. 

25 

14.   4 

Aaron  Mathews 

(<     i( 

(1      1. 

3 

2. 

25 

14.   4 

James  Haight 

1  <     I  < 

ll        11 

3 

2. 

25 

14.  4 

James  Salisbury 

1  (     t( 

It       It 

3     ' 

2. 

25 

14.   4 

166 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

When 
entered 

When 

dis- 
charg'd 

Days 

Per 
month 

Miles 

Total 

Nathl.  Sprague 

Mar.  27 

Mar.  29 

3 

2. 

25 

14.  4 

Zoraster  Fitch 

(t    (1 

1     (I 

3 

2. 

25 

14.  4 

Elihu  Johnson 

"     23 

1     (( 

7 

2. 

25 

1.  2.  4 

Derick  Karner 

"     26 

»     <( 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Elisha  Utley 

t  (          i( 

(     t  ( 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Stephen  Rice 

"     23 

i          i. 

7 

2. 

25 

1.  2.  4 

Levi  Eice 

"    27 

t          <1 

3 

2. 

25 

14.  4 

Asahel  Leat 

"     26 

4            (  ( 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Cephas  Smith 

"     27 

(            t  < 

3 

2. 

25 

14.   4 

Cephas  Smith,  Jr. 

((     1  < 

1             (1 

3 

2. 

25 

14.  4 

Glover  Nicholson 

"     26 

1            <  ( 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Abel  Turner 

ii           H 

(            1  < 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Nathl.  Chipman 

I  i           i( 

<            1  < 

4 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Aaron  Adams 

"     22 

( 

(            << 

8 

2. 

25 

1.  4.   4 

Elisha  Hamilton    » 

"     26 

1            11 

4 

2. 

25 

1.   4.   4 

Edward  Turner 

"     22 

<            1  ( 

8 

2. 

25 

1.  4.  4 

Joseph  Taylor 

1  (     (t 

(            1  i 

8 

2. 

25 

1.  4.  4 

Nathl.  Hamilton 

(  C          it 

(            <t 

8 

2. 

25 

1.  4.   4 

Jared  Jones 

l(      <( 

(            ii 

8 

2. 

25 

1.  4.  4 

;^50.  9.Sk 

Pay  Table  Office,  6th  June,  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed 
to  pay  to  Capt.  John  Spafford  the  within  roll,  which  is  fifty  pounds 
nine  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  p 
Timo.  Brownson    [ 


)mmittee 


Date    above,    received    of   the  Treasurer  the  contents  of   the 
within. 

^50.9.8  John  Spafford,  Capt. 

[505]  [Ca^f.  John  Spaffora's  Men  {names  oinitted)'\ 

This  certifies  that  the  following  names  were  left  out  of  a  Pay 
Roll  for  service  done  in  an  Alarm  in  March,  1780. 
Charles  Brewster,  7  days,  50  miles  travel 
Josiah  Eady  do  do 

Benjamin  Haskins     do  do 

Robert  Hopkins  do  do 

Stephen  Wood         6  days  do 

W"  Ray  (or  Kay)  15  days  do 


£  1- 

6. 

0 

6. 

0 

6. 

Q 

6. 

a 

5. 

8 

1.16. 

8 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


167 


The  following  names  were  left  out  of  a  Pay  Roll  for  service  in 
an  alarm  in  Augt.  1780. 

Joseph  Taylor  15  days  and  25  miles  .         .         .  1.  8.   6 

David  Roberts       do  do  ...  1.   8.   6 


^11.  2.  4 
Attest  pr  John  Spafford,  Capt. 

Pay  OfEce,  Windsor,  Feby.  20,  1783  The  above  account  being 
approved  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  unto  Capt.  John 
SpaflEord  or  order  the  sum  of  eleven  pounds  two  shillings  and  four 
pence. 

Isaac  Tichenor  )  ^      .„„ 
John  Strong.      ) 

(Recptd  by  John  Strong,  for  Capt.  S.,  Apl  25,  1783) 

[7]  l^Capt.  Gideon  Ormsbys  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Gideon  Ormsby's  Company  in  Col.  Ira 
A'llen's  Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  in  this  state  in  the 
alarm  in  the  month  of  March,  1780. 


Names  and  Rank 

Ent<i 
service 

Days 

Wages 
per  day 

Travel 

Total 

M.     d 

Capt.  Gideon  Ormsby 

March   22 

7 

0.3.4 

90     4 

3.   7.   4 

En.  W"  Sexton 

t  t               (  ( 

7 

3.7 

70     " 

2.   8.   5 

Serg^  Tho^Barney 

1  (              it 

7 

1.7 

90    " 

2.   1.   1 

"      Dan^  Purdy 

it              i( 

7 

1.7 

90     " 

2.   1.   1 

"      Dan  Allen 

"       26 

5 

1.7 

70     " 

1.11.   3 

"      Eliakim  Deming 

"       22 

2 

1.7 

20     " 

0.   9.10 

Corp  David  Purdy 

"       26 

5 

1.5 

70     " 

1.10.   5 

"      Reuben  Baker 

"       22 

7 

1.5 

90    " 

1.19.11 

Robert  Loggan 

a           t  ( 

2 

1.4 

20     " 

0.   9.   4 

Christopher  Roberts 

( (           < 'i 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

Reuben  Purdy 

( t            t  ( 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.    4 

John  Roberts 

t  (           i  k 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

Waterman  Ells 

1  (           1  ( 

7 

1.4 

90    " 

1.19.   4 

Rufus  Munson 

1 1           <  ( 

2 

1.4 

20     " 

0.   9.   4 

Martin  Barber 

( (           ( ( 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

George  Olds 

<  i           f  ( 

2 

1.4 

20     " 

0.   9.   4 

Jon.  Ormsby 

11           (1 

7 

1.4 

70     " 

1.12.   8 

Daniel  Ormsby 

( (           ( ( 

2 

1.4 

20     " 

0.   9.   4 

168 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names  and  Rank          service 

Days 

Wages 
per  day 

Travel       Total 

M.    d. 

Joshua  Rose                       Mai 

•ch  22 

2 

1.4 

20     4 

0.   9.   4 

Zebulon  Moses 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0.   9.   4 

Ezekiel  Roberts                       ' 

2 

1.4 

20     " 

0.   9.   4 

John  White                               ' 

2 

1.4 

20     " 

0.   9.   4 

Nath'  Bostwick                        ' 

2 

1.4 

20     " 

0.   9.   4 

Truman  Powell                        ' 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0.   9.   4 

Simeon  Hine                            ' 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

Daniel  Arnold                         ' 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

Moses  Sperry 

(                    (4 

2 

1.4 

20     '• 

0.   9.   4 

Jona.  Allen                                ' 

2 

1.4 

20     '■ 

0.   9.   4 

Robert  Allen 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

Obadiah  Allen                         ' 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0,   9.   4 

Benj.  Burr                                 ' 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0.   9.   4 

Jacob  Odel                                 ' 

7 

1.4 

90    " 

1.19.   4 

Stephen  Smith                         ' 

7 

1.4 

90    " 

1.19.   4 

James  Vaughn                         ' 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0.   9.   4 

Nath'   Newton                          ' 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0.   9.   4 

Rice  Beckwith                         ' 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

Abel  Bristol 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

Neh''  Larkin 

7 

1.4 

90    " 

1.19.   4 

James  Henison                         ' 

7 

1.4 

90    " 

1.19.   4 

Isaac  Marks                              ' 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

Josiah    Burton                          ' 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0.   9.   4 

Benj.  Vaughn 

2 

1.4 

20     " 

0.   9.   4 

Benj.  Mclntyre'                        ' 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0.    9.   4 

Jo^  Mclntyre 

2 

1.4 

20    " 

0.   9.   4 

Sam^  Smith                                ' 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70     " 

1.10.   0 

Peter  French 

'       2(i 

5 

1.4 

70     " 

1.10.   0 

Jesse  Munson                            ' 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70     " 

1.10.   0 

Wallace  Sutherland                ' 

'       22 

7 

1.4 

90     " 

1.19.   4 

W"  Bedal 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70    " 

1.10.   0 

Aaron  Saxton 

'       26 

1 

1.4 

8     " 

0.   4.   0 

Bernard  Born                           ' 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70     4 

1.10.   0 

Nathan  Beaman                       ' 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70     4 

1.10.   0 

Sami  Hull 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70     4 

1.10.   0 

Elijah  Burton                           ' 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70     4 

1.10.   0 

John  W.  Bostwick 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70     4 

1.10.   0 

Philip  Mead                               ' 

'       26 

5 

1.4 

70     4 

1.10.   0 

Isaac  Whelpley                        * 

'       22 

7 

1.4 

70     4 

1.12.   8 
^74.14.   8 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS  169 

Pay  Table  Office.  2'^  June,  1781. 

The  foregoing-  pay  roll  being  examined  is  allowed  and  the 
Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Maj.  Gideon  Ormsby, 
which  is  ^74.14.8.  per  order.  Tho*  Chittenden  )  p      ^^ 

Timo.  Brownson  \  ^^^ 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  13,  1781. 

ReC^  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above 
order  which  is  ^^74.14.8  lawful  money,  in  behalf  of  Gideon 
Ormsby.  Jona.  Ormsby 

[374]  [^"^Z^-  Thomas  Bull's  Company'] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Bull's  Conjpany  in  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia,  for  service  done  this  State  in  the 
Alarms  in  the  month  of  March,  1780. 


Names 

Entered 
service 

Days 

P^  day 

Miles 
at  4'^ 

Total 

Capt.  Thomas  Bull 

Mar.  22 

7 

a.  4 

84 

3.14  8 

En.  Stephen  Washburn 

( >      >  ( 

2 

4.0 

20 

15.2 

Sergt.  John  Smith 

"     26 

5 

1.7 

70 

1.11.7 

David  Brady 

"     22 

7 

1.4 

84 

Nathl.  Collins 

(  (            i  ( 

7 

1.4 

84 

1.17.4 

Daniel  Jones 

"      " 

7 

1.4 

84 

1.17  4 

Peleg  Sutherland 

i.      .( 

7 

1.4 

84 

1.17  4 

Peter  Pixley 

Ik      t( 

2 

1.4 

20 

94 

Ashbel  Goodrich 

"     26 

5 

1.4 

70 

1.100 

Martin  Powell 

>(      (1 

5 

1  4 

70 

1.10.0 

Timothy  Pearl 

"     22 

2 

1.4 

20 

9.4 

Isaac  Barker 

It      ( ( 

7 

1.4 

84 

1.17.4 

Timothy  Mead  3"^ 

"     26 

5 

1  4 

70 

1  10  0 

Jesse  Sawyer 

"     22 

7 

14- 

84 

1.17  9 

John  Page 

' '     26 

3 

1.4 

50 

1.   0.8 

Seth  Pettibone 

"     22 

7 

14 

84 

1.17.0 

William  Drew 

t  (      (1 

2 

1.4 

20 

94 

Saml.  Pettibone 

11      k  ( 

2 

1.4 

20 

94 

Tim°  Bliss 

<  (      1  ( 

7 

1.4 

84 

1  17.4 

James  Lewis 

1  (      « » 

2 

1.4 

20 

9.4 

Nathan  Smith 

(  t                (4 

7 

1.4 

84 

1.17.4 

George  Smith 

"     26 

0 

1.4 

70 

1.10.0 

Dunkin  Dun 

"     22 

2 

1.4 

20- 

9.4 

Thos.  Abner 

"     22 

2 

1.4 

20 

94 

£Zl.  5  6 

Attest,  Thomas  Bull,  Capt. 


170 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Bennington  County,  ss.  Sunderland,  Jan.  35,  1783.  Then 
personally  appeared  Capt.  Thomas  Bull  and  made  solemn  oath  that 
the  above  is  a  just  and  true  roll,  without  fraud  or  injustice  to  the 
public  or  any  individual,  according  to  his  best  knowledge. 

Before  me,  Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Jan.  25,  1783.  The  within  Pay 
Roll  being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  amt.  of  the  .<^ame  unto  Capt.  Thomas  Bull,  being  the  sum 
of  thirty-one  pounds  5/6,  lawful  money. 


limo.  Brownson,  ]  ^ 

T>,         rp  1  '  h  Commitlee 

Thos.  Tolman,       j 


Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  July  30,  1783.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order, 

;^^31.5.6  Thomas  Bull,  Capt. 

[366J  [C<2//.   Tehan  Noble's  Conipany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Tehan  Noble's  Company  of  Militia  in  Col. 
Ira  Allen's  Regiment  for  service  done  in  Alarms  March  26,  A.D. 
1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Tehan  Noble 

6 

80 

2.18.   8 

Lt.  Enoch  Eastman 

6 

80 

2.   8.   2 

Sergt.  Enos  Harmon 

6 

80 

1.16.   2 

"       Seth  Harmon 

6 

80 

1.16.   2 

"       W"^  Hubbard 

5 

60 

1.   7.11 

"       Cyprian  Eastman 

6 

80 

1.16    2 

Corpl.  Amos  Scott 

6 

80 

1.15.   5 

"       Alpheus  Harmon 

6 

80 

1.15.   5 

Stephen  Eastman 

6 

80 

1.15.   5 

Luke  Noble 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Abraham  Rising 

6     . 

80 

1.14.   8 

Isaac  Gray 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

David  McClary 

5 

60 

1.   6.   8 

Selah  Harmon 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Levi  Dones 

1 

20 

0.   8.   0 

Aaron  Rising,  Jr. 

6 

80 

1.14.  8 

John  Shepherd 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

John  Chandler 

6 

80 

1  14.   8 

Samuel  Francy 

5 

60 

1.    6.   8 

Asaph  Leavitt 

5 

60 

1.   6.  8 

Daniel  Hopkins 

1 

12 

0.   5.   8 

William  Hopkins 

5 

60 

1.   6.  8 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


171 


Names 

Days 

'      Miles 

Total 

Amos  Harmon 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Nathl.  Tower 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

John  Burlingame 

6 

80 

1.14.  8 

John  Hayse 

5 

60 

1.   6.   8 

Eben'-  Smith 

1 

20 

0.   8.   0 

Reuben  Slader  [Stodder] 

1 

20 

0.   8.  0 

Finla)'  McKnight 

1 

20 

0.   8.  0 

John  Stewart 

6 

80 

1.14    8 

Stephen  Smith 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Nathl.  Smith 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Eliphalet  Smith 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Josiah  Risden 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Calvin  Eastman 

5 

60 

1.   6.   8 

Reuben  Farnsworth 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Ashbel  Sikes 

6 

80 

1.14.   8 

Robert  Hopkins 

5 

60 

1.   6.   8 

David  Tousley 

1 

12 

0.   5.   4 

58.   3.   6 

Pay  Table  Office,  1=*  May,  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  to  Capt.  Tehan  Noble  the  within  Pay  Roll,  which  is  fifty-eight 
pounds  fifteen  shillings  and  six  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  p 
John  Fassett  f  ^°' 


)mmittee 


Date  above,  received  the  contents  of  the  above  roll. 
;^58.15.6  ■  Tehan  Noble,  Capt. 


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[236]  [Capf.  Giles  WalcotVs  Company  (pari?)] 

A  Return  of  my  company,  in  order  to  draw  the  money  allowed 
them  by  the  State  of  Vermont. 


W"  Litehal,  Ensign 
Nehemiah  Williams,  Sergt. 
Gillas  Van  Voste,  Do 

John  Fletcher 
W"  Hunt 
W"'  Soper 
John  Truax 


Peter  Robinson  [Roberson] 

John  Young 

Wm.  Hunt 

Gradis  Qnashbush 

John  Curnble  [Canbel] 

Alex.  McDonel 

John  Monroy 


Sir, — You  are  directed  (agreeable  to  the  Resolution  of  the  Gen- 
eral Assembly  of  this  State,  passed  15th.  of  March,  1780)  to  pay  on 
the  within  roll  five  hundred  and  fifteen  pounds  lawful  money,  to 
Capt.  WalcQtt,  Thos.  Chittenden. 

To  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  Arlington,  10th  May,  1780. 

Date  above,  reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  five  hundred  and 
fifteen  pounds,  lawful  money,  in  full. 

^515.0.0  Giles  Walcott,  Capt, 

[74]  [LieuL  Benjamin  Everest's  Company  of  Rangers^ 

Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Everest's  Company  of  Rangers  in  the  ser- 
vice raised  by  the  State  of  Vermont,  commencing  fifteenth  of 
November  and  ending  the  thirty-first  of  March,   inclusive,  1780. 


r^,-»v 

„ 

To 

Time  in 

N^AMRS 

Uom- 
mence't 

what 
time 

Pay  per 
month 

service 

Total 

.1.1  xilUC^O 

of  pay 

paid 

Mo's 

Days 

Benj.  Everest,  Lieut 

Nov. 

15 

March  31. 

£m.  0.0 

4 

15 

£210.  0,0 

David  Powers,  Sergt. 

li       1  ( 

25.  0.0 

4 

15 

112.10.0 

Elijah  Grandy,     do 

((          a 

25.  0.0 

4 

15 

112.10.0 

BrittoQ  Simmons,  Corp. 

IK                (I 

22.10.0 

4 

15 

101.  5.0 

Curtis  Smith,            do 

<(                << 

25.10.0 

4 

15 

101.  5.0 

Josiah  Kellogg,  Drum' 

<  (                <i 

22.10.0 

4 

15 

101.  5.0 

Andrew  Patterson 

((                i  < 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Pliny  Smith 

(  (               11 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Gideon  Culey 

(<                {< 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Jacob  Partridge 

i(                 •< 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Phineas  Spalding 

t(                (1 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Philip  Spalding 

(<                <1 

20.   0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Benj.  Glason 

11                It 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Joseph  Lawrence 

<(               It 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Harmon  Lawrence 

t  t                t  t 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Beuben  Strong 

t  t               it 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Moses  Powers 

ii               t  t 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

Stephen  Squires 

li                11 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

John  Hastings 

It                (1 

30.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.  0.0 

William  Kellogg 

(1                It 

20.  0.0 

4 

15 

90.   0.0 

David  Furbush 

" 

Jany.  16 

20,  0.0 

3 

1 

40.12.0 

^2099.  7.6 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


1Y5 


The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  ordered  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  two  thousand  and  ninety-nine 
pounds  Thos.  Chittenden. 

The  day  of  the  above  date  received  of  the  Treasurer  one  hun- 
dred and  eighty  pounds  towards  the  above  order. 

Benj.  Everest,  Lt. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Jany.  7,  1786.  Received  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order.         Benj.  Everest,  Lt. 


[73] 


\Capt.  Jonas  Gains  ha  s  Compa7iy\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Jonas  Galusha's  Company  in  Col.  Herrick's 
Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  in  an  alarm  in  April,  1780. 


Names 

Days' 

Pay  per 
day 

No. 
miles 

Amt. 
milage 

Amt. 
wages 

Total 

Capt.  -Jonas  Galusha 

3 

5  4 

60 

1.  0.0 

0.16.0 

1.16.0 

Lt.  Nathan  Stone 

3 

3.7 

60 

1.  0.0 

10.9 

1.10.9 

En.  Joseph  Andrus 

3 

3.7 

60 

1.  0.0 

10.9 

1.10.9 

Sergt.  David  Matteson 

3 

1.7 

60 

1.  0.0 

4.9 

1.  4.9 

Benj.  Matteson 

3 

1.4 

60 

1.  0.0 

4. 

1.  4.0 

Peter  Matteson 

3 

1.4 

60 

1.  0.0 

4. 

1.  4.0 

Ezra  Sweet 

3 

1.4 

60 

1.  0.0 

4. 

1.  4.0 

John  Millington 

3 

1.4 

60 

1.  0.0 

4. 

1.  4.0 

Isaac  Andrus 

3 

1.4 

60 

1.  0.0 

4. 

1.  4.0 

Lemuel  Bottom 

3 

1.4 

36 

0.12.0 

4. 

0.16.0 

Rufus  Spencer 

3 

1.4 

36 

0.12.0 

4. 

0.16.0 

^13.14.3 

Attest,    Jonas  Galusha,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  May  31,  1781.  The  above  roll  being 
examined  is  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  which  is  thirteen  pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  three  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  ^^^.^ 
John  Fassett  j 

Date  above  received  the  contents  of  the  above  roll. 

Per  me,     Jonas  Galusha. 


176 
[40] 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 
\^Capt.  John  Stark's  Company^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Stark's  Company  in  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Regt.  for  service  done  for  the  two  alarms  at  Skeensborough  and 
Ticonderoga  about  the  1st  of  April  last,  A.  D.  1780. 


Names    and  Rank 


Capt.  Jno.  Stark 
Lt.  Saml.  Willard 
Sergt.  David  Comstock 
''       Nathl.  Harmon 
John  Abbott 
Saml.  Abbott 
J  as.  Hopkins 
Wm.  Fitch 
Zodock  Everest 
Joseph  Everest 
Joseph  Cook 
Philip  Priest 
ElishaClatk^  Jr 
Leml  .Clark 
Joth*'  Pratt 
Peter  Patterson 
Philip  Reed,  Corp' 
James  Lynn 
James  Haskins 
Moses  Curtis 
Joshua  Cobb 
John  Cobb 
Joseph  Willard 
Joth.  Smart 
Phineas  Stephens 
Levi  Adams 
Caleb  Allen 
Timo.  Allen,  Corpl 
Daty  Allen 
Peter  Hall 
Joth.  Prindle 
Nathan  Castle 
Danl.   Welch 
Asaph  Starkweather 
Saml.    Moulton 


Days 

No. 

Amt 

Pay  per 

in  ser- 

miles 

travel 

day    and 

Total 

vice 

travel 

rations 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

0.6.8 

3.11.   4 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

4.3 

2.14.   5 

3 

22 

7.4 

1.7 

12.    1 

7  • 

74 

14.4.8 

1.7 

1.15.   9 

3 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

11.   4 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

3 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

11.   4 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1,4 

1.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7- 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

6 

64 

8. 

1.4 

1.    9.   4 

3 

24 

8. 

1.4 

0.12.   0 

3 

24 

1.4.8 

1.4 

0  12.   0 

7 

74 

1.4  8 

1  5>^ 

1.15.11 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

3 

24 

8 

1.4 

0.12.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14    0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

14 

1.14.   0 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1  4 

0.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.5>4 

1.15.11 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.   0 

7   ■ 

74 

1.4.8 

1.4 

1.14.  0 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


177 


Days 

No. 

Amt. 
travel 

Pay  per 

Names  and  Rank 

m  ser- 

miles 

day    and 

Total 

vice 

travel 

rations 

Jonath.  Willard 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

Solomon  Steel 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

Benajah  Stark 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

John  Thompson 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.  0 

Tas.  Moredock 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

Leml.  Chipman 

4 

50 

16.8 

1.4 

0.19.   0 

Abm.  Meecham 

3 

24 

8. 

1.4 

0.12.   0 

Leml.    Haskins 

3 

24 

8. 

1.4 

0.12.   0 

David  Hough 

3 

24 

8. 

1.4 

0.12.   0 

Abner  Haskins 

3 

24 

8. 

1.4 

0.12.   0 

Joseph  Fitch 

3 

24 

8. 

1.4 

0.12.   0 
^60.14.   5 

John  Stark,  Captain. 
State  of  Vermont    )    Arlington, 
Bennington   County  j  June  6,  1781. 

Personally  appeared  the  v^^ithin  named  Samuel  Willard  and 
made  solemn  oath  that  to  the  best  of  his  knowledge  the  within 
roll  is  just  and  true.  Before  me,  John  Fassett,  Asst, 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  June  7,  1781. 

The  within  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is 
directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  John  Stark  or  bearer,  being  the 
sum  .of  sixty  pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  five  pence  lawful 
money.  Thos.  Chittenden  )  p 

^60.14.5  Jno.  Fassett  j- ^om. 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  above  contents. 

Saml.  Willard,  Lieut. 


[12] 


178 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[98] 


\^Capt.  Samuel  Williams'  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Saml.  Williams'  Company  in  Col.  Gideon 
Warren's  Regiment  of  Militia  on  an  Expedition  to  Ticonderoga 
and  Bulwazzy's  Bay,  May,  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Wage 

Subsist- 
ence 

Sam!.  Williams,  Capt. 

8 

60 

£-i 

2 

0           0.10.8 

Asa  Fuller,  Lt. 

8 

60 

2 

9 

5           0.   5.4 

Isaiah  Honeywell,  Lt. 

8 

60 

11 

4 

Gershom  Beach,    r. 

8 

60 

10 

8  —^0.16.0 

Gideon  Walker 

8 

60 

10 

8 

Stephen  Williams 

8 

60 

10 

8 

Oliver  Hermon 

8 

60 

10 

8 

Jared  Ives 

8 

60 

10 

8 

Danl.  Squire 

8 

60 

10 

8 

Eben''  Andrews 

8 

60 

10 

8 

Eben'"  Cook 

8 

60 

10 

8 

John  Forbes 

8 

60 

10 

8 

Eleazer  Marble 

8 

60 

1 

10 

8 

Pay  Table  Office,  May  30,  1781 .  The  within  pay  rolls  are  ex- 
amined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 
the  same,being  one  hundred  and  forty-three  pounds  seven  shillings 

and  nine  pence.  Thos.  Chittenden     )  ^  ... 

T*-       n,     r.  }■  Committee 

Timothy  Brownson  [ 

Reed.  May  30,  1781,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order,  being  one  hundred  forty-three  pounds  seven  shillings  and. 
nine  pence.  Saml.  Williams,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


179 


[346]  [C<7//.  John  Spafford's  Company'] 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Spafford's  Company  in  Col.  Eben"" 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  this  State,  com- 
mencing- the  31st.  day  of  May,  1780,  and  ending  the  6th.  day  of 
June,  1780,  inclusive,  the  money  being  due  from  the  State  of 
Vermont. 


Names 

En- 
tered 

L< 

3ft 

Days 

Pr 

month 

Miles 

Total 

1780 

Lt.  Saml.  Allen 

May  31 

June  6 

7 

5.8.0 

45 

2.4.11 

En.  Orange  Train 

'i     «< 

1 1 

1 1 

7 

5.8.0 

45 

2.4.11 

Sergt.  Jacob  Wood 

i(     (< 

II 

II 

7 

2.8.0 

45 

1.6.11 

"       Zephaniah  White 

1 1     <i 

II 

II 

7 

2.8.0 

45 

1.6.11 

"       Daniel  Adams 

( (     i( 

(1 

11 

7 

2.8.0 

45 

1.6.11 

Corpl.  Daniel  Kay 

t  (        u 

( 

1 1 

7 

2.4.0 

45 

1.5.  0 

Eben^  Wood 

t(      >t 

II 

11 

7 

2. 

45 

1.4.  4 

Ephraim  Wood 

1(     II 

11 

It 

7 

2. 

45 

1.4.  4 

Luther  Landon 

It       l( 

(1 

It 

7 

2. 

45 

1.4.  4 

Abel  White 

(>       II 

>  1 

11 

7 

2. 

45 

1.4.  4 

Aaron  Adams 

11       (1 

II 

It 

7 

2. 

45 

1.4.  4 

John  Trass 

{<      1  < 

1 1 

i< 

7 

2. 

45 

1.4.  4 

Luther  Fillmore 

(1      1< 

1 1 

It 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Edward  Turner 

II       u 

II 

1 1 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Elihu  Johnson 

1 1      <1 

1  c 

1 1 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Oliver  Bell 

II      II 

1  ( 

11 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Levi  Rice 

11      II 

II 

11 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Samuel  Owen 

11      II 

11 

i( 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

William  Fox 

II      11 

ll 

i( 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Joshua  Cambell 

11     i. 

II 

11 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Jacob  Johnson 

11      l( 

II 

1 1 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Isaac  Grant 

IS          11 

11 

II 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

James  Fitch 

l<      11 

1 1 

1 1 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.   4 

Abel  Spencer 

1 .      I> 

(1 

It 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Elisha  Smith 

II       11 

•  ( 

Si 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Samuel  Rice 

II       11 

1 1 

11 

7 

a 

45 

1.4.  4 

Obadiah  Noble 

l<      1  ( 

CI 

1 1 

5 

2 

45 

1.1.  0 

Neri  Cramton 

11      >1 

1  ( 

1( 

7 

2 

45 

1.4.  4 

Stephen  Rice 

<l     II 

II 

It 

7 

3 

45 

1.4.  4 
i:37.10.1 

Attest,  Samuel  Allen,  Lieut. 

Pay  Table  Office,  5th.  June,  1781.     The  Treasurer  is  directed 

to  pay  to  Capt.  Samuel  Allen  the  within  roll,  it  being  examined 

and  approved,  which  is  thirty-seven  pounds  ten  shillings  and  one 

penny.  Thos.  Chittenden,  )  Conimittee 

John  Fassett,  [  «^ommittee. 

Reed.  5th.  June,  1781,  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Saml.  Allen,  Lieut. 
The  5th.  June,  1781.     Sworn  before  me, 
;^37.10.1  Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov^ 


180 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


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O  •'-  Td 

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C5 

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Total  of 

wages  <fe 

ratioEls 

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due  for 

retained 

rations 

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each  re- 
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ration 

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■>i<«5  to  QOQOOO  00  X)  00  00  00  00  CO  00  00  0000  0000  00  00  00  00  00 
Oi  ri  i-H 

Amount 

of 

wages 

OOQOaOQOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOQOOOQOOOOOaOOOOOOOOOOO 

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Wages 

per 
month 

o 

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00  0»OCJNC<»C»(M(?JW(?}0*C»(?»C<IC«CJ(?*C10}0*C*0»CJ 

Days 
in 
ser- 
vice 

oooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooaooooooo 

When 

left 
service 

1780 
June  5 

When 
entered 
service 

1780 
May  29 

(  C        ate 

H 

< 
!25 

Capt.  Eph">  Buell 

Lt.  Israel  Hurlburt 

En.  Gershom  Lake 

Sergt.  John  Eaton 

"       Azariah  Blanchard 
"       Alpheus  Hall 

Isaac  Clark 

Bruster  Higley 

Salmon  Cogsel 

Salmon  Carver 

Gershom  Moulton 

John  Moulton 

W'"  Booge 

W"^  Moor 

Adam  Johnson 

David  Gilmore 

John  Anderson 

Elisha  Ivilbourne 

Benj.  Ufford 

John  Gray 

Asa  Dudley 

Abijah  Beat 

Elijah  Hawkins 

John  Charter 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


181 


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182 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[71] 


\Capt.  Benjamin  Cooky's  Company] 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Benjamin  Cooley's  Company  in  Col.  Ebene- 
zer  Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  called  out  on  the  alarm  of  the  30th 
May  1780,  commencing  the  30th  May  1780  and  ending  the  6*''  day 
of  June  1780,  inclusive — the  money  being  due  from  the  State  of 
Vermont. 


Names 

Days 

Amt.  of 
wages 

No. 
miles 

Travel 

fees 

Total 

Capt,  Benj.  Cooley 

8 

2.  2.8 

56 

0.18.8 

3.  1.4 

Sergt.  Bre>2elee]  Kichardson 

8 

0.12.8 

56 

18.8 

1.11.4 

"       Jabez  Olmstead 

8 

0.12.8 

56 

18.8 

1.11.4 

Corpl.  Ashbel  Hopkins 

8 

0.11.8 

56 

18.8 

1.10.4 

"       Gideon  Cooley 

8 

0.11.8 

56 

18.8 

1.10.4 

Eben"^  Drury 

8 

0.10.8 

56 

18.8 

1.  9.4 

Darius  Crippen 

8 

0.10.8 

56 

18.8 

1.  9.4 

Solomon  Story 

8 

0.10.8 

56 

18.8 

1.  9.4 

Caleb  Cooley 

8 

0.10.8 

56 

18.8 

1.  9.4 

Abdon  Owen 

8 

0.10.8 

56 

18.8 

1.  9.4 

;^16.11.4 

Pay  Table  Office,  Aug  10,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  [pay]  the  same  to 
Capt.  Benj.  Cooley  or  bearer,  being  sixteen  pounds  eleven  shillings 
and  four  pence  lawful  money,  John  Fassett         \  ^      gg 

Timo.  Brownson  [ 

Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  10th 
Aug.  1781.  Benjamin  Cooley. 


[122] 


[CV/.  Gideon  Warren's  Regiment — Officers] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Field  and  Staff  Officers  in  Col.  Gideon  Warren's 
Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  Alarms  of  March  and  June,  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Gideon  Warron,  Col. 
Nathl.  Smith,  Q^m. 
Eben^  Hyde,  Agt.  [Adjt.?] 

17 

7 

10 

90 
45 
45 

11.   4.0 
2.   4.9 

2.17.6 

^16.16.3 

Gideon  Warren,  Col. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


183 


Pay  Table   Office,    12*^   June,   1781.     The   within   roll   being 

examined  is  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  to  Col. 

Warren  eleven  pounds  fourteen  shillings,   and  to  Nathl.    Smith 

two  pounds  four  shillings  and  nine  pence  and  to  Eben""  Kyde  two 

pounds  seventeen  shillings  and  six  pence,  per  order  of 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  ^ 

ny         -D  r  Committee 

limo.  Brownson    j 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  eleven  pounds  fourteen 
shillings,  per  me,  Gideon  Warren,  Col. 

Reed,  12^^  of  July,  1781  of  the  Treasurer  five  pounds  lawful 
money  in  behalf  of  Eben""  Hyde  and  Nathl.  Smith,  on  the  within 
roll.  W^  Hooker. 


[369,  dupl  227]  [CaJ>f.  Thomas  Lee's  Company'] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Lee's  Company  of  Militia  in  Col. 
Gideon  Warren's  Regiment,  on  an  Alarm  to  Ticonderoga  and 
Crown  Point,  in  June,  1780;  State  of  Vermont. 


Per 

mile 

Subsist- 

Names 

Days 

Miles 

ence 
per  day 

Total 

Thomas  Lee,  Capt. 

7 

39 

4d 

1.4 

2.19.  4 

Nathl.  Blanchard,  Sergt. 

7 

39 

4 

8.0 

2.   1.   9 

Daniel  Smith,  En. 

7 

39 

4 

8.0 

2.   1.   9 

Abner    Mead,      Sergt. 

7 

39 

4 

1.   3.   1 

Amasa  Blanchard,  *' 

7 

39 

4 

1.   3.   1 

Roswell  Post, 

7 

39 

4 

1.   3.   1 

Elisha  Wright 

7 

39 

4 

1.   3.   1 

Henry  Meads 

7 

39 

4 

1.   1.  4 

Isaac  Meads 

7 

39 

4 

1.   1.  4 

Stephen  Meads 

7 

39 

4 

1.   1.  4 

David  Whipple 

7 

39 

4 

1.   1.  4 

Joel  Roberts 

7 

39 

4 

1.  1.  4 

Jabez  Gideons 

•     7 

39 

4 

1.   1.  4 

David  Parkhill 

7 

39 

4 

1.  1.  4 

Benj.  Johnson 

7 

39 

4 

1.  1.  4 

Wait  Wright 

7 

39 

4 

1.   1.   4 

John  Moses 

7 

39 

4 

1.   1.   4 

Joseph  Chipman 

7 

39 

4 

1.   1.   4 
;^23.   9.10 

Thomas  Lee,  Capt. 


184 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  5'\  May,  1781.      The  Treasurer  is  directed 

to  pay  to  Capt.  Thos.  Lee  the  within  pay  roll,  it  being-  approved 

of,   which  is  twenty-three  pounds  nine  shillings  and  ten  pence, 

lawful  money.  Thomas  Chittenden  )  .^      „.., 

■'  -  T  i-     T^        i-i.  r  Lomraittee 

John  Fassett  \ 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above.  Thomas  Lee,  Capt. 

[316]  \^Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Compatiy  (part)] 

A  Pay  Roll  for  a  part  of  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Company  (of 
Poultney  Militia)  who  marched  to  the  assistance  of  Governor 
Clinton  (in  his  endeavor  to  intercept  the  retreat  of  Sir  John  John- 
son) in  May  and  June,  1780  (marched  30th  of  May)  travel  made  up 
at  l^  per  mile  as  far  as  Mount  Independence.  Poultney,  June  13, 
1781. 


Names 


Jolin  Asley,  sergt. 
Peter  How  " 

Joseph  Oraw 
John  Meacham 
Joeiah  Grant 
Seth  Craw 
Benj.  Webster 
Benj.  Parmatree 
■Azel  Holmes 
Elkanah  Ashley 
William  Richards 
Saml.  Fletcher 
Saml.  Allen 
John  Smith 


Days 

Per 

month 

Amt. 
wages 

Miles 

Per 
mile 

Amt. 
travel 

10 

2.  8.0 

0.16.0 

35 

4d 

11.8 

10 

16. 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

2.  0.0 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4. 

11.8 

10 

13.4 

35 

4 

11.8 

Total 


8 
8 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


7. 

7. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5. 

5.  0 

5.  0 
1.  5.  0 
1.  5.  0 
1.  5.  0 
I.  5.  0 
1.  5.  0 


;^17.15.4 


I  do  hereby  certify  that  these  persons  made  up  in  the  above 
roll  entered  service  agreeable  to  the  heading  of  this  roll,  and  am 
prosuaded  that  there  is  no  fraud  in  the  roll,  either  to  the  State  or 
individuals.  Per  me,  Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 

N.B.  There  was  no  commiss'd  officer  that  continued  with 
command  of  this  party. 

Poultney,  Dec.  8,  1781.  Then  personally  appeared  Capt. 
Zebediah  Dewey  and  made  solemn  oath  to  the  within  roll,  accord- 
ing to  the  best  of  his  knowledge. 

Before  me,  William  Ward,  Justice  of  Peace. 

*  This  party  marched  by  order  from  Col.  Eben"^  Allen. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


185 


Pay  Table  Office,  June  13,  1781.     The  within  pay  roll  being 
examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 

the  contents  of  the  same  to being  the  sum  of  seventeen 

pounds  fifteen  shillings  and  four  pence,   lawful  money.     He  the 
said to  be  accountable. 

Given  at  Arlington.  Timo.  Brownson 

John  Fassett 


Committee. 


Sunderland,  April  12,  1782.  For  value  received  I  do  hereby 
sign  over  the  above  pay  roll  to  Ira  Allen  and  request  the  Treasurer 
to  pay  the  same  to  him,  Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 


Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  June  8,  1782. 
Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 


Received  of  I. 
Ira  Allen. 


[339] 


[Ci^//.  Jesse  Safford's  Company\ 


An  account  of  Money  due  to  Capt.  Jesse  Safford's  Company 
for  travel  from  their  respective  towns  to  Camp;  one  part  to  Pitts- 
ford,  the  other  to  Royalton,  in  July,  1780. 


Names 

Miles 

Per  mile 

Total 

Samson  Marbel,          Sergt. 

68 

s. 
0.2.0 

6.16.0 

Cleffor  Chase  [Chafe],  " 

75 

7.10.0 

John  Wood, 

60 

6.  0.0 

Abel  Pain, 

70 

7.  0.0 

Rufus  Root,  Corpl. 

60 

6.   0.0 

Daniel  Barns,  Drum"" 

65 

6.10.0 

Daniel  Stearns,  Fifer 

70 

7.   CO 

John  Cadey 

60 

6.   0.0 

William  Negrous 

68 

6.16.0 

William  Bennett 

65 

6.10.0 

John  Goold 

75 

7.10.0 

Seth  Goold 

75 

7.10.0 

Eben'"  Stearns 

70 

7.  0.0 

Artemus  Robinson 

75 

7.10.0 

John  Curtis 

68 

6.16.0 

Bennet  Williams 

65 

6.10.0 

Alexander  Hutchinson 

70 

7.  0.0 

Jerome  Sawens 

75 

7.10.0 

Luke  Lamphire 

65 

6.10.0 

Steven  Jenkins 

60 

6.  0.0 

Asa  Chedle 

70 

7.  0.0 

Calvin  Dyke 

55 

5.10.0 

186 


STATE   OF  VERMONT 


Names 

Miles 

Per  Mile 

Total 

Thomas  Freeman 

70 

s. 
0.2.0 

7.  0.0 

Caleb  Hoten 

80 

8.  0.0 

Asa  Hoten 

80 

8.  0.0 

James  Hoten 

80 

8.  0.0 

Jeremiah  Verging 

70 

7.  0.0 

Eben'  Squier 

68 

6.16.0 

Caleb  Wright 

75 

7.10  0 

Bliss  Hoisington 

75 

7.10.0 

Stephen  Marcy 

60 

6.  0.0 

Elish  Walker 

70 

7.  0.0 

Charles  Rice 

75 

7.10  0 

Joua.  Plumley 

15 

1.10.0 

Asel  Parseful 

15 

1.10.0 

Jerome  Hutchinson 

15 

1.10.0 

Experience  Tixet  [Trisket] 

15 

1.10.0 

Saml.  Tredway 

15 

1  10.0 

John  Jones 

15 

1.10  0 

Aaron  Traesdel  [Trusdel" 

12 

1.  4  0 

Simeon  Root 

12 

1.  4.0 

Sylvester  Smith  [Selvef] 

12 

1.  4.0 

;^^241.   6.0 

This  may  certify  that  this  is  a  just  and  true  account  of  the 
traveling  money  due  to  my  company  as  specified  within.  Witness 
my  hand  this  tenth  day  of  April,  1781.  Jesse  Safford,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Windsor,  Feb.  20,  1783.  The  within  pay 
roll  being  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  unto 
Capt.  Jesse  Safford  the  sum  of  two  hundred  and  forty-one  pounds 
six  shillings  in  continental  money. 

Isaac  Tichenor,  )  ^ 

T  t,     c*  y  Committee. 

John  Strong,       [ 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


187 


Date  above,  reed,  of  I,  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this 
■order,  by  taking  up  a  receipt  given  in  Continental  money. 

^241.6.0  Jesse  Safford. 

£80]  [A  Scout  under  Lieut.  Nathan  Howland'\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Scout  under  the  command  of  Lieut.  Nathan 
Rowland  in  August,  1780. 


Names 

Miles 

Travel 

Days 

Pay 
per  m. 

Total 

Nathan  Rowland,  Lt. 

12 

0.4.0 

3 

5.8.0 

0.12.9 

Joseph  Darling 

12 

4. 

3 

2 

4. 

Charles  Killam 

12 

4. 

3 

2 

4. 

Josiah  Lamb 

12 

4. 

3 

2 

4. 

Ellas  Thomas 

12 

4. 

3 

2 

4. 

Jonas  Matthews 

12 

4. 

3 

2 

4. 

Billy  Gray 

12 

4. 

3 

2 

4. 

Rufus  Sanderson 

12 

4. 

3 

2 

4. 

John  Sanderson 

12 

4. 

3 

2 

4. 
1.   6.0 
^4.   0.9 

Pay  Table  Office,  Charlestown,  Oct.  19,  1781.  The  within  pay 
roll  examined  and  approved  at  four  pounds  and  nine  pence,  and 
the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  unto  Lt.  Nathan 
Rowland  or  bearer. 

Timothy  Brownson 
Isaac  Tichenor 


Committee 


Treasurer's  Office,  Charlestown,  Oct.  27,  1781.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  four  pounds  and 
•nine  pence.     Reed  in  behalf  of  Lt.  Nathan  Rowland. 

Oliver  Williams. 


188 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


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190 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[95]  [Capt.  Elisha  Burton  s    Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Elisha  Burton's  Company,,  who  marched  by- 
order  of  Col.  Peter  Olcott  to  Head  Quarters  at  Royalton  in  August 
last,  1780. 


Days 

Wages 

Miles 

Pay 

Amt. 

Total 

NAMES 

serv- 
ice 

2 

due 

travel 

per 
mile 

of 
travel 

Capt.  Elijah  Burton 

0.10.8 

18 

4d 

6^ 

0.16.8 

Lt,  John  Hopson 

2 

7.2 

k  i 

(< 

6 

13.2 

"  Solo.  Cushman 

2 

7.2 

( 1 

( < 

6 

]3.2 

Sergt.  Saml.    Hutchin- 

son 

2 

3.2 

(( 

( ( 

6 

9.2 

"  Elias  Newton 

2 

3.2 

<  t 

<( 

6 

9.2 

'•  Benj.  Burton 

2 

3.2 

1 1 

( 1 

6 

9.2 

Corpl.  Adrian  Hatch 

2 

3.0 

( ( 

( ( 

6 

9.0 

Saml.  Curtis 

2 

2.8 

1 1 

1 1 

G 

8.8 

Solomon  Curtis 

2 

2.8 

t  ( 

<  t 

6 

8.& 

Roswell  Morgan 

2 

2.8 

1 1 

( « 

6 

8.8 

Cyprian  Morgan 

2 

2.8 

( t 

t  > 

6 

8.8 

Ashbel  Tucker 

2 

2.8 

( ( 

( ( 

6 

8.8 

Jona.  Plumley 

2 

2.8 

( ( 

(< 

6 

8.8 

John  Spears  [Spers' 

2 

2.8 

( ( 

I  ( 

6 

8.8 

Asa  Stone 

2 

2.8 

i  ( 

<  ( 

6 

8.8 

Reuben  Hatch 

2 

2.8 

i  < 

( 1 

6 

8.8 

John  Record 

2 

2.8 

( ( 

I  ( 

6 

88 

John  Wright 

2 

2.8 

1 1 

( ( 

6 

8.a 

Saml.  Brown 

2 

2.8 

i< 

( 1 

6 

8.8- 

Jonas  Richards 

2 

2.8 

( ( 

( ( 

6 

8.8 

Nathl.  Boardman 

2 

2.8 

1  > 

«( 

6 

8.8 

Jehiel  Boardman 

2 

2.8 

(t 

» « 

6 

8.8. 

John  Hatch,  Jr. 

2 

2.8 

I  ( 

t  > 

6 

8.8 

Conant  Sawyer 

2 

2.8 

t « 

It 

6 

8.8 

Abel  Stimson 

2 

2.8 

t  ( 

( i 

6 

8.8 

John  Barton 

2 

2.8 

t  < 

t  ( 

6 

8  8- 

Elisha  Partridge 

2 

2.8 

( t 

( 1 

6 

8.8 

Asel  Murdock 

2 

2.8 

>  ( 

<  t 

6 

8.8 

Jasper  Murdock 

2 

2.8 

<  ( 

>  i 

6 

8.8 

Constant  Murdock 

2 

2.8 

1  ( 

t  ( 

6 

8.8 

Jerom  Hutchinson 

2 

2.8 

<  ( 

( ( 

6 

8.8 

Asel  Percivel 

2 

2.8 

(( 

i  1 

6 

8.8 

Solomon    White 

2 

2.8 

( ( 

( t 

6 

8.8 

Asel  Lewis  [Luis] 

2 

2.8 

k  i 

( \ 

6 

8.8 

^15.13  6 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


191 


Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  June  25,  1781.  The  within  pay 
roll  examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  Elisha  Burton,  which  is  fifteen  pounds  thirteen  and 
six  pence.  John  Strong-, 

;^^15.13.6.  timothy  Brownson 


Committee 


June  25,  1781.     Received  of  I.  Allen,   Treasurer,  the  contents 
of  this  order.  Elisha  Burton. 


[338] 


\^Capt.  Joseph  Parkhursfs  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Joseph  Parkhursfs   Company   of  Militia 
for  the  service  in  the  alariis  in  Aug.  9^*",  Royalton,  1780. 


Names 


Corpl. 


Capt.  Joseph  Park- 
hurst 
Lt.    Calvin    Park- 
hurst 
Lt.  Elias  Stephens 
Sergt.  Walbridg 
"       Foster 
'•       Wheeler 
•    "  .    Haven 
Billings 
How 
Mosher 
John  Crary 
John  Hiboot 
Aaron  Mosh 

[Mosure] 
Robert  Handy 
Daniel  Lovejoy 
Daniel  Havens 
Joseph  Fish 
Medad  Burton 
Jerem''  Presot 
Nathan   Morse 

Moris] 
Reuben  Parkhurst 
Luther  Ede 


e  r 


[or 


Com- 
mence- 
ment of 
pay 

When 
dis- 
charged 

Days 
3 

Per 
day 

0.5.4 

Pay 

Am'ont 

Ea- 

tions 
per 
day 

0.2.0 

Aug  9 

Aug.  12 

0.16.0 

t     1  ( 

■    "     15 

6 

3.7 

1.1.6 

1.4 

(  (             t  k 

6 

3.7 

1.1.6 

1.4 

"     12 

3 

1.7 

4.9 

8. 

H             (1 

3 

1.7 

4.9 

8. 

"     15 

6 

1.7 

9.6 

8. 

t  (       (1 

6 

1.7 

9.6 

8. 

"     12 

3 

1.7 

4.9 

8. 

(1       ( t 

3 

1.6 

4.6 

8. 

C  t                .1 

3 

1.6 

4.6 

8. 

( i          i  1 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

( t            ( i 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

( (           11 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

"     15 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

8. 

t  i      ( k 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

8. 

( (       1  ( 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

8. 

"     12 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

11       1 1 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

"     15 

6 

■  1.4 

8.0 

8. 

(<              Si 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

8. 

( (          It 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

8. 

"     12 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

Amount 
rations 


0.6.0 

8. 

8. 

2. 
o 

4. 
4. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 

2. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

2 

2. 

4. 

4. 

4. 

2. 


192 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 


Adam  Durkee 
Elisha  Kent 
Matthew     Har-rin- 

ton 
Abel  Fairbanks 
Zacheus  Downer 
Lackin  Hunton 
Nehemiah  Lovejoy 
Jason  Downer 
Asa  Stephens 
Benj.  Parkhurst 
Benj.  Day 
Standish  Day 
Phineas  Parkhurst 
Penl  Parkhurst 
[name  erased] 


Com- 

When 

Ea- 

mence- 

dis- 

Days 

Per 

Amt. 

tions 

ment  of 

ctiargec 

i 

day 

pay 

per 

pay 

5      6 

day 

8. 

Aug  9 

Aug.l. 

1.4 

8.0 

( (     <  1 

( i      I 

'      6 

1.4 

8.0 

8. 

'     1' 

I      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

•      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'      3 

1.4 

4.0 

8. 

'     1 

5      3 

1.4 

8.0 

8. 

'     1 

3      3 

1.4 

1.3 

8 

Amt. 
rations 


4. 
4. 

2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
4. 
2. 

^17.11.3 


Joseph  Parkhurst,  Capt, 

Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  ap- 
proved and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
Joseph  Parkhurst  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  seventeen  pounds 
eleven  shillings  and  three  pence,  with  the  addition  of  rations, 
lawful  money.  Thos.  Chittenden,  )  p-rnmittA^ 

Arlington  12  Jan.  1781.  John  Fassett,  [  '^ommiiiee. 

Vermont,  Windsor  County,  ss.     May  23,  1781.     Sworn  before 

Joel  Marsh,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer,  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Joseph  Parkhurst, 
the  contents  of  the  within  roll.     12th  June  1781. 

Amos  Robinson 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


193 


[51] 


[^Capf.  John  Mercy's  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Mercy's  Company  that  marched 
after  Tories  in  Angt.  1780,  by  orders  from  Col.  Ebenezer  Woods. 
Windsor,  August,  1780. 


Pay 

Days 

Pay 

per  day 

When 

Amt 

Total 

Names  and  bank 

com- 

ser- 

dis- 

per 

Miles 

menc'g 
August 

vice 

charged 

day 

amt. 

Capt.  John  Mercy 

5 

;^0.5.4 

August 

2.  1.8 

20 

2.  8.  4 

Lt.  Elnathan  Strong 

4 

^0  3.7 

(1 

14.4 

do 

1.   1.  0 

Lt.  Eben'  Hoisington 

4 

3.7 

1  i 

14.4 

do 

1.   L  0 

Sergt.  Hilton 

4 

1.7 

i< 

6.8 

do 

13.  0 

"     Parttrick 

4 

1.7 

i  ( 

6.8 

do 

13.  0 

"      Meicy 

6 

1.7 

1  ( 

9.6 

do 

16.   2 

D'"'  Mercy 

3 

1.6 

(1 

4.6 

do 

11.  3 

Corpl.  Emonenis 

5 

1.6 

( t 

7.6 

do 

15.10 

"      David  Arms 

4 

1.6 

(' 

6.0 

do 

12.  3 

Matthew  Hamond 

3 

1.4 

t< 

4.0 

do 

10.   2 

Jona.  Hamond 

3 

1.4 

1.4 

4.0 

do 

10.  2 

Joel  Butler 

4 

1.4 

t  t 

5.4 

do 

12.  0 

Joseph  Perterson 

3 

1.4 

i  i 

4.0 

do 

10.  8 

Jos.  Thompson 

3 

1.4 

1< 

4.0 

do 

10.  8 

Josiah  Hawley 

2 

1.4 

" 

2.8 

do 

9.  4 

Jno.  Benjamin 

2 

1.4 

(I 

2.8 

do 

9.  4 

Moses  Morse 

4 

1.4 

i  1 

5.4 

do 

12.  0 

Seth  Sabing 

3 

1.4 

C( 

4.0 

do 

10.  8 

Solo.  Buck 

3 

1.4 

'  > 

4.0 

do 

10.  8 

John  Kinglesy 

, 

3 

1.4 

i  ( 

4.0 

do 

10.  8 

Leonard  Soilden 

1 

1.4 

(t 

1.4 

do 

8.  0 

Sergt.  Saml.  Parttrick 

2 

1.7 

( i 

3.2 

do 

6.  8 

Jacob  Hastens 

2 

1.4 

( ( 

2.8 

do 

9.  4 

Nathan  Hatch 

3 

1.4 

t  \ 

4.0 

do 

10.  8 

Saml.  Messer 

2 

1.4 

•  ( 

2.8 

do 

9.  4 

Elias  Hoisington 

3 

1.4 

ft 

4.0 

do 

10.  8 

Joel  Smead 

1 

1.4 

(( 

1.4 

do 

7.  0 

W°'  Smead,  Jr. 

6 

1.4 

a 

8.0 

do 

14.  8 

Peter  Cunir  [  Currier] 

3 

1.4 

•  ( 

4.0 

do 

10.  8 

;^18.16.    6 

12.  8 


Total. 


^19.  9.   2 


John  Mercy,  Captain. 

N.  B.  Corpl.  Thos.  Wilson  was  omitted  in  the  above  list. 
Please  to  grant  him  pay  according  to  the  rest  of  said  company — 
^0.12.8 

Windsor  County,  Windsor,  April  13,  1781.     Sworn  before 

John  Fassett,  Asst 

[13] 


194 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  account  or  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  John  Mercy  or  bearer,  ii  being  the  sum  of  nine  pounds  nine 
shillings  and  two  pence  lawful  money.  Given  at  Windsor,  April 
13,  1781.  Thos.  Chittenden,  John  Fassett,  Committee. 

Bennington  22d  June,  1781.  Then  reed  the  contents  of  the 
within  pay  roll.  Per  me,  John  Mercy,  Captain. 

[263]  [A  Scout  under  orders  of  Capt.  Benjamin  Cox\ 

The  following  is  an  exact  account  of  Scouting,  by  order  of 
Capt.  Benjamin  Cox,  the  23rd.  of  August,  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Mil?s 
out 

Miles 
com- 

Total 

ing 

Daniel  Sharp,  Sergt. 

5 

40 

40 

1. 

1.     3 

John  Foster,         " 

5 

40 

40 

1. 

1.     3 

Nathaniel  Page,  Corpl. 

3 

20 

20 

0. 

10.   11 

Asa  Page,              Corpl. 

3 

20 

20 

0. 

10.   11 

Joseph  Foster,       Corpl. 

5 

40 

40 

1. 

0.     5 

Benj.  Stebbings 

3 

20 

20 

0. 

10.     8 

Joseph  Marsh 

3 

20 

20 

0. 

10.     8 

Abel  Marsh 

3 

20 

20 

0. 

10.     8 

Hollon  Blackmer  [HoUam] 

5 

40 

40 

1. 

0.     0 

Asa  Foster 

5 

40 

40 

1. 

0.     0 

Robert  Whitcomb 

5 

40 

40 

1. 

0.     0 

Thos.  Wannop 

5 

40 

40 

1. 

0.     0 

Joseph  Chamberlin 

3 

20 

20 

0. 

10.     8 

John  Hariden 

3 

20 

20 

0. 

10.     8 

Samuel  Stewart 

3 

20 

20 

0. 

18.     8 

^11- 

3.     9 

The  number  of  miles  in  the  above  roll  is  as  exact  as  by  com- 
putation could  be  made. 

Barnard,  June  4,  1781 

I  certify  that  the  above  Pay  Roll  is  just,  without  fraud  or 
wrong  to  the  public  or  any  private  person.       Daniel  Sharp,  Sergt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  June  23,  1781.  The  within  Pay  Roll  ex- 
amined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  being  eleven  pounds  three  shillings  and  nine  pence. 

Timo.  Brownson  )  ^ 
John  Fassett         \  Committee. 

June  25,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  ths  contents  of 
this  order.  Joseph  Foster 

^11.  3.  9 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


195 


[214]  [^Capt.  Benjamhi  Cox's  Company  of  Rangers\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Benjamin  Cox's  Company  of  Rangers, 
Maj.  Eben^  Allen's  Detachment  raised  for  the  defense  of  the  State 
of  Vermont,  commencing  August  15th.  and  ending  the  15th.  of 
November,  A.  D.  1780. — both  days  included. 


Com- 

Time of 

Names 

mence- 
ment of 

seryice 

Per 

month 

When  dis- 
charged 

Total 

pay 

mo8. 
3 

days 

Capt.  Benj.  Cox 

Aug.  15 

1 

8.0.0 

Nov.    15 

24.   5.4 

Lieut.  Beriah  Green 

( (        ( ( 

5.8.0 

16.  7.7 

Sergt.  Adams  Howard 

( (        (« 

2.8.0 

7.  5.7 

"       Eben«  Clark 

1  (        i  ( 

2.8.0 

7.  5.7 

Corpl.  Edward  Church 

<  (        ( t 

2.4.0 

.     6.13.5 

Robert  Burch 

( (        <  ( 

2.4.0 

6.13.5 

John  Ellis 

Sept.    16 

1 

28 

2.4.0 

4.   5.1 

Fifer  Danl.  Perkins 

Aug.  15 

3 

1 

2.4.0 

6.13.5 

Jonathan  Carpenter 

1  (        1  ( 

2,0.0 

, 

'     4.   5.1 

Asa  Call 

it        ( t 

2.0.0 

6.13.5 

Nathan  Dike 

((        (( 

2.0.0 

6.  1.4 

John  Strong 

Aug.  15 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

Robert  Green 

<  (        1  ( 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

James  Howe 

(I        (( 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

Amos  Parker 

( (        <  1 

2  0.0 

6.   1.4 

Jacob  Salisbury 

(1        t  ( 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

Reuben  Smith 

((        (( 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

Elkanah  Sprague 

(t        (( 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

Lathrop  Thompson 

(I        i  ( 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

Asa  Worcester 

<  t        1 1 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

Benj.  Cox,  Jr. 

Sept.      3 

2 

12 

2.0.0 

4.16.0 

Line  Hoisington 

"      12 

1 

2 

2.0.0 

Oct.  14 

2.  2.8 

Jeremiah  Bishop 

"      11 

2 

4 

2.0.0 

Nov.  15 

4.   5.4 

Abraham  Taylor  [Taber?; 

"      12 

2 

3 

2.0.0 

4.  4.0 

Daniel  Sartel 

9 

2 

6 

2.0.0 

4.  8.0 

Matthew  Smith 

Aug    15 

3 

1 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

Andrew  Stevens 

Sept.    17 

1 

27 

2.0.0 

3.16.0 

Joseph  Lull 

"      28 

1 

19 

2.0.0 

3.  5.4 

Samuel  Dike 

Aug.  15 

3 

1 

2.0.0 

6.   1.4 

;^191.5.5 

( 

Dfficers'  s 

ubsistence 

9.2.0 

^200.7.5 

Ben 

j-c 

:ox,  c 

aptain. 

196 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Bennington  County,  8th  Jan.  1781.  Personally  appeared 
Capt.  Benj.  Cox  and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  within  pay  roll  is 
truly  and  justly  charged,  without  injury  to  this  state  or  any  in- 
dividual.    Before  noe,  Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov. 

Pay  Table  Office.  This  pay  roll  being  examined  and  approved 
the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Thos.  Tolman, 
Paymaster  to  the  troops  of  this  State,  it  being  the  sum  of  two  hun- 
dred pounds  seven  shillings  and  five  pence,  in  hard  njoney  or  other 
currency  equivalent,  he  to  be  accountable  for  the  same. 
Given  at  Arlington  this  10th  day  of  Jan.  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  ^  ... 

John  Fassett  \  Committee. 

Reed,  the  above  in  full,  March  20,  1782. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster, 

[159]  [Lt'euf.   William  Posfs  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  William  Post's  Company  of  Volunteers 
in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  from  the  twenty-ninth  of 
August,  1780,  to  the  20^''  of  September,  1780. 


Names 

Com- 

Ending 

pr 

Days 

Total 

mencing 

month 

1780 

1780 

William  Post,  Lieut. 

Aug.  29 

Sept.  20. 

6.0.0 

22 

4. 

8.  0 

Noah  Beach,  Sergt. 

2.8.0 

22 

1. 

18.   5 

Amasa  Blanchard 

(  (           ( 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

George  Alford 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

Saml.  Sheldon 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

Elihu  Johnson 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

Silas  Pratt,  Jr. 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

Ephraim  Loomis 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

Henry  Sanford 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

Robert  Sanford 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

Jona.  Whipple 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

9.   4 

Henry  Sanford,  Jr. 

2.0.0 

22 

1. 

£20 

9.   4 
19.9 

Pay  Table  Office,  16  March,  1781.       The  within  pay  roll  being 

examined,  is  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is   directed    to  pay  the 

same  to  Lt.  W"  Post,  or  order,  which   is  twenty  pounds   nineteen 

shillings  and  two  pence,  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden  \  ., 
TUT?         4.  r  Com®®. 

John  tasseti 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


197 


Arlington,  June  1^'  1781.  Then  received  of  the  within  pay- 
roll the  sum  of  five  pounds  lawful  money.  W™  Post. 

Arlington,  S'^  June,  1781.  Then  received  the  sum  of  fifteen 
pounds  19  shillings  and  9  pence,  lawful  money,  it  being  the  full  of 
the  within  pay  roll. 

^20.19.9'  W-"  Post. 


[109] 


\Capt.  Step/iefi  Calkins'  Company^ 


Pay  Roll  of  Steven  Calkins'  C&mpany  Col.  Ira  Allen's  Regi- 
ment of  Militia. 


When     Wh 

en  re- 

Days 

Pay  per 

Miles    Amt 

.  of 

Names 

marched     tv 

irned 

in  ser- 
vice 

month 

travel      trai 

rel 

Total 

1780 

Capt.  Stephen  Calkins 

Oct.  13    0( 

}t.  24 

11 

8.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

3.10.5 

Lt.  Eben'-  Wilson 

It     1  (        1 

'     18 

6 

5.  8.  0 

35         11 

8 

1.13.6 

Sergt.  Jona.  Sprague 

il              4(                          1 

'     18 

6 

2.  8.  0 

35         11 

8 

1.13.6 

"     Daniel  Brambly 

(1              '.  (                         1 

'     18 

6 

2.  8.0 

35         11 

8 

1.  1.8 

"     Luther  Colvin 

<  (              11                          ( 

'     18 

6 

2.  8.  0 

35         11 

8 

1.  1.8 

Jonathan  Seely 

it             ((                         ( 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

William  Roberts 

1   (              It                          ( 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

W"  Gage,  Jr. 

It              1   <                         < 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

Joseph  Gage 

CI          II                  1 

'     30 

18 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

1.15.8 

George  Gage 

<l      (1          I 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

Titus  Colvin 

II      .(          1 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

S5         11 

8 

0.19.8 

Amos  Colvin 

It       1 1             ( 

'     30 

18 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

1.15.8 

Joshua  Colvin 

(1        1 1             1 

'     18 

.6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

Matthew  Ray 

(1      >  (          1 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

Ezekiei  Smith 

It          ( c                < 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

William  Lowin 

It       II            1 

'     30 

18 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

1.15.8 

Nathan  Sprague  - 

1  <      II            1 

•     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

Edward  Soper 

tl       1 1           < 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

Richard  Smith 

1 1        It             1 

'     30 

18 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

1.15.8 

John  Gage 

1 1        II             i 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

James  Webster 

<(      II           1 

'     18 

6 

2.  0.  0 

35         11 

8 

0.19.8 

£21Ai.5 

Rati 

ons 

0.18.8 

;^28.12.1 

Pay  Table  Office,  May  30,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  being 
examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 
the  same,  being  ^28.12.1 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  ^^^ 
Timo.  Brownson   f 

Date  above,  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  within 

pay  roll. 

Stephen  Calkins. 


198 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[158] 


[^Capt.  Jonathan  Holtoiis  Company\ 


An   Abstract  of   Capt.   Jona.     Holton's    Company,  Col.   Eben"" 
Woods'  Reg*  of  Militia — service  done  in  the  Alarm  in  Oct.  17,  1780. 


Names 


Capt.  Jona.   Holten 
Lt.  W"  Stearns 
En.  Timo.  Clark 
Sergt.  John  Roundye 
"       John  Whitney 

John  Titus 
**       John  Pulsipher 
Corpl.  Danl.  Richards 
Drum''  Charles  Richards 
Colburn  Preston 
Luke  Hitchcock,  Jr. 
Benj.  Laribee 
Gardner  Simonds 
David  Camble 
Phineas  White 
Levi  Davis 

Davis 

Strond 

Stowell 
Burr 
Zadock  Sipeo 
Luther  Webb 
Elijah  Read 
Eben''  Lock  [Eben] 
Eben''  Albree  [Eben] 
Saml.  Spalding 
Philip  Safford. 
Uriah  Roundy 
Asa  White 

Feniages  [Ferriages  ?] 


John 
John 
John 
Saml. 


Days 


Miles 


15 

60 

7 

60 

7 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

15 

60 

11 

60 

11 

60 

11 

60 

Total 


6. 

0.0 

3.10.4 

2.10.4 

2. 

4.0 

2. 

4.0 

2. 

4.0 

2. 

4.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

2. 

2.0 

1.14.8 

1.14.8 

1.14.8 

19.4 


^64.   4.0 


June  25,  1781. 


Jona.  Holten,  Capt. 

Then  the  within  pa^  roll  sworn  to  before  me. 

Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


199 


Pay  Table  Office,  25">  June.  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  ex- 
amined and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same 
to  Jonathan  Holten,  it  being  sixty-four  pounds  four  shillings. 

Timo.  Brownson  |  ^ 

T  ,      c*  r  Committee 

John  Strong  \ 

June  36,  1781.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 

£64:A.O  Jona.  flolten,  Capt. 

[356J  \^Lieut.  Asahel  SinitKs  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Asahel  Smith's  Company  of  Militia  that 
marched  to  Fort  Fortitude,  Oct.  20,  1780,  by  order  of  Lt.  Col. 
Safford. 


Com- 

Per 
day 

When 

Names 

mence*^ 

Days 

dis- 

Miles 

Total 

of  pay 

charged 

Lt.  Asahel  Smith 

Oct.  17 

16 

3.7 

Nov.  2 

70 

4.  0.  8 

Lt.  Thos.  Hunter 

"     20 

8 

1.7 

Oct.  28 

40 

1.  6.  0 

Sergt.  Matthew  Patrick 

6 

1.7 

"    26 

40 

1.  2.10 

Asa  Smead 

12 

1.7 

Nov.   1 

40 

1.12.14 

"      James  Fletcher 

12 

1.7 

"       1 

40 

1.12.14 

"      Wm.  Hilton 

13 

1.7 

"       2 

40 

1.13.11 

Corpl.  Solomon  Emmons 

9 

1.6 

Oct.  29 

70 

1.16.10 

"      Able  Adams 

13 

l.G 

Nov.  2 

40 

1.12.10 

Isaiah  Burk 

6 

1.4 

Oct.  26 

40 

1.   1.  4 

Elias  Hoisington 

9 

1.4 

"     29 

40 

1.   5.  4 

Saml.  Jewett 

9 

1.4 

"     29 

40 

1.   5.  4 

Joseph  Barrett 

12 

1.4 

Nov.   1 

40 

1.   9.  4 

Joseph  Woodruff 

12 

1.4 

(1       ti 

40 

1.  9.  4 

Elihu  Beach 

12 

1.4 

(1       t  ( 

40 

1.   9.   4 

Andrew  Blunt 

(f            (« 

12 

1.4 

( t       ( ( 

40 

1.   9.  4 

Wm.  Smead 

11 

1.4 

Oct.  31 

40 

1.  8.  0 

Jona.  Hunter 

20 

1.4 

Nov.  9 

40 

2.  0.  0 

Peter  Currier 

9 

1.4 

Oct.  29 

40 

1.   5.  4 

Leonard  Spalding 

6 

1.4 

"     26 

40 

1.   1.  4 

Timo.  Messer 

10 

1.4 

Nov.  9 

40 

2.   0.  0 

Elijah  Allen 

"      17 

18 

1.4 

"      4 

90 

2.14.  0 

Daniel  Woods 

"      20 

13 

1.4 

"       2 

40 

1.10.  8 

Peter  Kendall 

13 

1.4 

"       2 

40 

1.10.  8 

Pearl  Parkhurst 

20 

1.4 

"       9 

40 

2.  0.  0 

Joseph  Powers 

12 

1.4 

"       1 

40 

1.   9.  4 

Thos.  Chapin 

13 

1.4 

"       2 

40 

1.10.  8 

Nathan  Hatch 

11 

1.4 

Oct.  31 

40 

1.  8.  0 

Eben'^  Howard 

12 

1.4 

Nov.  1 

40 

1.  9.  4 

Lazarus  Bannister 

12 

1.4 

"      1 

40 

1.  9.  4 

Eph"'  Hubbard 

20 

1.4 

"       9 

40 

2.   0.  0 

Moses  Morse 

14 

1.4 

"       3 

40 

1.12.  0 

Eldad  Hubbard 

15 

1.4 

"       4 

40 

1.13.  4 

John  Davis 

15 

1.4 

"       4 

40 

1.13.  4 

Samuel  Abbot 

3 

1.4 

Oct.  23 

40 

0.17.  4 
£fi8.  1.11 

Attest,   Asahel   Smith,   Lieut. 


200 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


N.    B.       92   rations  at  S^  per  ration  ^^3.2.2.         which  is 

included.  Sworn  before,    John  Fassett,  Asst. 

Windsor  County,  Windsor,  Apl.  12,  1781. 

State  of  Vermont,  Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  Pay  Roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Lieut.  Asahel  Smith  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  fifty- 
eight  pounds  one  shilling  and  eleven  pence,  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  ,. 

John  Fassett,  f  ^O'^^^^ttee. 

20,  1781,   of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 


•    Reed.   April 
above  order. 
^58.1.11 

[234,  dupl  134] 
A   Pay   Roll 


Dudley  Chase. 
[C(2//.  Ed7nii7id  Hodges'  Company\ 

of  Capt.  Edmund  Hodges  Company  for  service 
done  at  Fort  Fortitude  by  order  of  Col.  Joseph  Safford,  from  the 
towns  of  Pomfret  and  Hartford,  in  October,  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Per 

day 

Per 

mile 

Total 

Capt.  Edmund  Hodges 

14 

20 

5.4 

4d 

4. 

1.   4 

L*  Asa  Hazen 

14 

20 

3.7 

4 

2.16.10 

Sergt.  Bacon 

14 

20 

1.7 

4 

8.10 

''       Mason 

14 

20 

1.7 

4 

8.10 

Tracy 

14 

20 

1.7 

4 

8.10 

Corpl.  Perren 

14 

20 

1.6 

4 

7.   8 

Tilden 

14 

20 

1.6 

4 

7.   8 

"       Emerson 

14 

20 

1.6 

4 

7.   8 

Fifer  Benj.  Skinner 

14 

20 

16 

4 

7.   8 

Samuel  Allen 

14 

20 

1.4 

4  • 

5.  4 

John  Chedeals 

14 

20 

1  4 

4 

5.   4 

John  Hore  [Hoar" 

14 

20 

1.4 

4 

5.   4 

Solva^  Sessions 

14 

20 

1.4 

4 

5.   4 

Abel  Morse 

14 

20 

1.4 

4 

5.   4 

Asa  Morson 

14 

20 

1.4 

4 

5.   4 

Benj.  Sessions 

14 

20 

1.4 

4 

5.   4 

Amos  Troop 

14 

20 

1.4 

4 

5.   4 

James  Wilson 

14 

20 

1.4 

4 

J^  ^ 

5.   4 

Barnabas  Washburn 

14 

20 

1.4 

4 

5.   4 

William  Burch 

14 

26 

1.4 

4 

7.  4 

Nehemiah  Closson 

14 

2G 

1.4 

4 

7.   4 

Luther  Powell 

14 

26 

1.4 

4 

-| 

7.   4 

Jacob  Hall 

14 

26 

1.4 

4 

7.   4 

Francis  Savage 

14 

26 

1.4 

4 

7.  4 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


201 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Per. 
day 

Per 

mile 

Total 

Solomon  Strong 
Thomas  Tracy 
Phineas  Wright 

14 
14 
14 

26 

26 
26 

1.4 
1.4 
1.4 

4 
4 
4 

].   7.   4 
1.   7.   4 
1.   7.   4 

£A0.   8.   2 

The  above  is  a  true  Pay  Roll.     Attest,- Edmund  Hodges,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Edmund 
Hodges  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  forty  pounds  eight  shillings 
and  four  pence,  lawful  money.         Timo.  Brownson  }  p 

Windsor,  April  14,  17S1.  John  Fassett  f  '-o^mittee 

June  19,  1781.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
the  above  order. 

£4:0.   8.  2  John  Throop. 

[249]  [C<2//.  Benjamin  Cox's  Conipany\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Benj.  Cox's  Company  of  Militia,  for  scout- 
ing done  in  Barnard  the  last  year — 1780 


Names 


Lieut.  Elias  Keyes 
En.  Benj.  Wilbur 
Sergt.  Daniel  Sharp 

"       John  Foster 
Seth  Dean 
George  Page 
Ephraim  Briggs 
John  Whilcom   [Whitcomb] 
Sheribeah  Ballard 
William  Butman 
Joseph  Bejam 
Moses  Davis 
Joseph  Foster 
Asa  Chedle 
Amaziah  Richmond 
Ebene.  Richmond 
Reuben  Bebee 
Thomas  Wonnap 


Time   of 
service 


Aug.    1 


Days 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


Miles 

Per 

day 

13 

0.3.7 

13 

3.7 

13 

1.7 

13 

1.7 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

13 

J. 4 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

23 

1.4 

13 

1.4 

Total 

0.  7.11 
7.11 
5.11 
5.11 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.  8 
5.   8 

^5.10.  0 


202 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[268] 


\^Capt.  Be7ija77iin  Cox's  Company\ 


Pay    Roll   of  Capt.    Benjamin   Cox's   Company  of   Militia   for 
Scouting  done  in  Barnard  the  last  year,  1780. 


Names 

When 

service 

done 

Days 

Miles 

Per 
day 

Total 

Capt.  Benj.  Cox 

Aug.  9 

2 

17 

5.4 

0.16.   4 

Sergt.  John  Newton 

2 

17 

1.7 

0.   8.10 

Corpl.  Joseph  Foster 

2 

17 

1.5 

0.   8.   6 

Asa  Foster 

3 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

William  Chedels 

3 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Jabez  Wight 

2     • 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Silas  Howard 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Nathan  Dameter 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Nathaniel   Aikins 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Solomon  Aikins 

2 

17 

1.4 

C.   8.   4 

Thomas  Swift 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

W^hitfield  Swift 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Thomas  Blackmer 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

George  Cox 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

William  Freeman 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Joseph  Boman 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Nathl.  Paige 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Asa  Paige 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Jesse  Kinney 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

Robert  Whitcombe 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

W"  Chamberland 

2 

17 

1.4 

0.   8.   4 

£    9.   3.   8. 

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REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS  205 

Bennington,  Jan.  31,  1781.  Then  personally  appeared  Capt. 
Eli  Noble  and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  above  pay  roll  which  he 
has  signed  is  a  just  and  true  roll  of  monies  due  to  himself  and 
company  for  services,  without  fraud  to  the  State  of  Vermont  or 
any  individual,  according  to  his  best  knowledge.      Before  me, 

Moses  Robinson,  Asst. 

No.  45.  Pay  Table  Office  The  within  pay  roll  being  exam- 
ined and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Thos.  Tolman,  (Paymaster  to  the  troops  of  this  State)  be- 
ing the  sum  of  three  hundred  and  twenty-two  pounds  five  shillings 
and  /4  in  hard  money,  or  other  current  money  equivalent,  the  said 
paymaster  to  be  accountable  for  the  same. 

Given  at  Arlington  this  1^^  day  of  Febry,  1781. 

£d22.5A  .  Thos.  Chittenden      \  Po„„.:ttee 

John  Fassett  f  Committee 

The  sum  of  twenty-three  pounds  four  shillings  and  /8  (thro' 
mistake  was  not  deducted  from  this  roll)  the  Treasurer  is  there- 
fore directed  to  pay  the  above  warrant  less  by  the  said  sum  of 
;3^23.4.8.  ■  By  order  of  the  committee. 

Thos.  Chittenden      )  ., 

T  ,      t:>        . ,  }■  Committee 

John  Fassett  j 

Feb.  1,  1781.  Reed,  the  above  Two  Hundred  and  ninety-nine 
pounds  and  eight  pence  in  full. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


206 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[309] 


\^Lieut.  David  Poivers'  Company'] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Lt.  David  Powers'  Company  of  Volunteers,  be- 
longing to  Maj  Eben""  Allen's  Detachment,  raised  by  the  town  of 
Clarendon  for  the  defense  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  commencing 
Aug.  17,  1780,  and  ending  Nov.  8,  both  days  included. 


Names 

Enlis 

ted 

Discharged 

Days 

Per 
month 

Total 

David  Powers,  Lt. 

Aug. 

17 

Nov.  8 

84 

5.8.0 

17.18.5 

John  Smith,    Sergt. 

•  ' 

84 

2.8.0 

6.14.5 

Noel  Potter 

4  t 

84 

2. 

5.12.0 

William  Boyd 

(  < 

84 

2. 

5.12.0 

Moses  Powers 

(  1 

84 

2. 

5.12.0 

John  Arnold 

(  t 

84 

2. 

5.12.0 

Job  Chadsey 

(  i 

84 

2. 

5.12.0 

Jona.  Edey 

<  ( 

84 

2. 

5.12.0 

Curtis  Smith 

25 

76 

2. 

5.   1.4 

Amos  Ives 

4  i 

76 

2. 

5.   1.4 

Stephen  Squier 

(  i 

76 

2. 

5.   1.4 

Augustus  Spencer 

29 

72 

2. 

4.16.0 

Brittan  Simonds 

29 

72 

2. 

4.16.0 

^83.0.10 

Attest,  David  Powers,  Lt. 

Daniel  Adams  thro'  mistake  was  not  made  up  in  this  roll,  but 
upon  Lt.  Powers'  certificate,  I  have  paid  him  ^3.5.4  which  sum 
must  be  added  to  the  amount  of  this  roll.  ^83.0.10 

Adams  added,        3.5.  4 


T.  Tolman 


;^86.6.   2 


Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  Pay  Roll  being  examined  and 
approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Thos.  Tolman  (Paymaster  to  the  troops  of  this  State)  being  the 
sum  of  eighty-three  pounds  and  /lO^  in  hard  money  or  other  cur- 
rent money  equivalent. 

Given  at  Arlington  this  1st.  Feb.,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden, 
Timo.  Brownson, 


Committee. 


March  20,  1782. 


Reed,  the  above  in  full. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


207 


[144] 


l^Scouts  from  Capt.  Joseph  Sawyer  s  Company'\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  the  necessary  Scouts  sent  out  of  my  company, 
from  Aug  23"^  to  Nov.  15,  1780,  with  their  names  and  number  of 
days  each  man  was  out  annexed  thereto.  Ordered  out  by  Col. 
Eben^  Woods. 


Names 

Days 

Pay  per 
day 

Miles 

?■•  (or) 
Per 
mile 

Total 

Joseph  Sawyer,    Capt. 

8 

5.4 

43 

4d 

2.17.0 

Jedediah  Leavens,  Lt. 

7 

3.8 

24 

4 

1.13.8 

John  Sawyer,     Sergt. 

9 

1.8 

43 

4 

1.   9.4 

Benjamin  Cady,     " 

3 

1.8 

24 

4 

0.13.0 

Andrew  Spear 

11 

1.4 

57 

4 

1.13.8 

Asa  Phelps 

8 

1.4 

43 

4 

1.   4.4 

Phil''  Chandler 

4 

1.4 

26 

4 

0.14.0 

Hez^  Leavens 

5 

1.4 

16 

4 

0.12.0 

Thos.  Hapgood 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Asa  Hapgood 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Aaron  Kimball 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Moses  Chanlin 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

W"  Howar'd 

3 

1.4 

16 

4 

0.   9.4 

Saml.  Grandy 

3 

1.4 

5 

4 

0.  5.8 

Corn^  Sawyer 

3 

1.4 

5 

4 

0.   5.8 

£U-   5.8 

Reading,  June  26,  1782, 

Test,  Joseph  Sawyer,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  July  25,'  1783.  The  within  pay  roll  exam- 
ined and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Joseph  Sawyer  or  bearer,  it  being  fourteen  pound 
five  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

John  Strong  '|  ^ 

Timo.  Brownson  f 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  April  2^  1784.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Jos- 
eph Sawyer. 

John  Fassett. 


208 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[217] 


[  Capt.  Abel  Merriman' s  Coinpany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Abel  Merriman's  Company  of  Militia,  Col. 
Ebene.  Allen's  Regiment,  for  their  tour  to  Castleton,  Oct.  11,  1780. 


\ 

Vhen 

When 

Per 
Day 

Names                    rr 

arch- 
ed 

dis- 
charged 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Abel  Meriman           0 

ct.    11 

Oct.    29 

19 

0.5.4 

5.   6.   0 

Lt.  Alexander  Gordon 

'       14 

It       ( ( 

16 

3.7 

3.   3.   & 

En.  Zacheus  Mallory             ' 

'       26 

It       1 1 

4 

3.7 

18.11 

Sergt.  Reuben  Searl 

'       14 

1 1       1 1 

16 

1.7 

1.10 

Timo.  Mop 

'       11 

tt       ^^ 

8 

1.7 

0.17.   4 

''       Shubael  Sumner        ' 

'       11 

"       29 

19 

1.7 

1.14.   9 

"       Saml.  Culver 

'       11 

It       1 1 

19 

1.7 

1.14.  ,9 

Corpl.  Ebene.  Wellon           ' 

'       11 

1 1       1 1 

19 

1.5 

1.12.   9 

Silas  Mallory 

'       20 

1 1       1 1 

10 

1.5 

19.   5 

Drum''  Jona.  Webb                 ' 

'       20 

"       25 

6 

1.5 

• 

13.   4 

Abner  Cone 

'       11 

"       16 

6 

1.4 

12.    8 

Joshua  Culver 

'      18 

"       29 

12 

1.4 

1.   0.   8 

Selah  Hubbard 

'      20 

10 

1.4 

0.18.   0 

Gideon  Searl 

'      11 

19 

1.4 

1.10 

Benj.  Gideons                          ' 

'      17 

13 

1.4 

1.   2 

Caleb  Smith 

'       20 

10 

1.4 

0.18 

Gill  Mallory 

'       11 

"       22 

]2 

1.4 

1.   0.   8 

David  Ward                             ' 

'       11 

11 

1.4 

19.   4 

Benj.  Richardson 

'       14 

"       23 

10 

1.4 

17.   8 

Increase  Rudd                         ' 

'       14 

"       29 

16 

1.4 

1.   6 

Abel  Hubbard 

14 

16 

1.4 

1.   6 

Saml.  Meriman                        ' 

11 

19 

1.4 

1.   0 

David  Blossom                        ' 

'       26 

4 

1.4 

0.10 

Peter  Blossom                          <■ 

'       2G 

4 

14 

0.10 

Ezra  Turner 

'       14 

16 

1.4 

1.   6 

John  Moss 

'       11 

19 

1.4 

1.   0 

Joseph  Parks 

'       26 

4 

1.4 

0.10 

James  Brooks 

'       26 

4 

1.4 

0.10 

John  Thompson                      ' 

'       26 

4 

1.4 

0.10 

Luther  Fillmore                      ' 

'       14 

"       16 

3 

1.4 

0.   8.  8 

Richard  Moss                          ' 

'       14 

"      17 

4 

1.4 

10.    • 

Wm.  Searl 

'       14 

"       18 

5 

1.4 

11.   4 

Asa  Osborn                               ' 

'       11 

"       17 

7 

1.4 

14. 

Richo.  Crouch         «               ' 

'       20 

"       25 

6 

1.4 

12.   8 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


209 


Names 

When 
march- 
ed 

When 
dis- 
charged 

Days 

Per 
Day 

Miles 

Total 

Elnathan  Gilbert 
Isaac  Hale 
Isaac  Harlow 
Simon  Francis 
Joseph  Spalding 

Oct.    20 
•'      11 
"      11 
"      11 

"      11 

Oct.   25 

"      17 
"      22 
"      13 
"      29 

6 
8 

12 
3 

19 

1.4 
1.4 

1.4 
1.4 
1.4 

£ 
£ 

12.  8 
15.   4 

1.   0.  8 
8.   8 

1.10. 

Officers'  rations 

43.  1.11 
1.18.   8 

45.  0.  7 

A  true  copy.     Attest. 


Abel  Merriman,  Capt. 


Bennington  County,  Arlington,  30th  May,  1781.  The  within 
pay  roll  sworn  to  before 

John  Fassett,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  30th  May,  1781.  The  within  pay 
roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  Capt.  Abel  Merriman  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  for- 
ty-five pounds  and  seven  pence,  lawful  money. 

John  Fassett 
Timo.  Brownson 


Committee 


Date  above,  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  above  contents. 

May  30,  1781. 

;,^45.0.7.  Abel  Merriman. 


[14] 


210 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[364]  {^Capt.   Daniel  Smith's  Company^ 

A  Pay  Roll  for  Capt.  Daniel  Smith's  Company  in  Col 
len's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  an  alarm  to  Castleton  in  the 
October,  1780.     State  of  Vermont. 


.   Ira  Al- 
month  of 


Subsis 

Names 

Days 

Miles 

Per 

mile 

Per 

day 

tence 
per 
day 

Total 

Daniel  Smith,  Capt. 

19 

81 

4d 

5.4 

1.4 

7.13.  8 

John  Cochran,  Lt 

7 

27 

4 

3.7 

.8 

1.18.  9 

Timo.  Mills  [Miller?]   En. 

15 

.'54 

4 

3.7 

.8 

4.  1.   9 

Peter  Roberts.  Clerk 

19 

81 

4 

1.7 

2.16.11 

Joel  Sheldon,  Sergt. 

19 

81 

4 

1.7 

2.16.11 

Oliver  Scott, 

19 

81 

4 

1.7 

2.16.11 

John  Holcomb,     " 

7 

27 

4 

1.7 

1.   0.   1 

John  Logen,  Corpl. 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.   4 

Elijah  Dunning 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.   4 

Jona.  Armstrong 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.  4 

Jubel  Coock 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.  4 

Eben''  Mose 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.  4 

Noah  Morse 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.  4 

John  Woods 

13 

54 

4 

1.4 

1.16.  0 

Josiah  Foster 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.   4 

Joseph  Celog  [Kellogg?  Celay?] 

7 

27 

4 

1  4 

0.18.   4 

Elijah  Risden 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.   4 

Phineas  Shelden 

12 

54 

4 

1.4 

1.14.   4 

Eben^  Hulburd 

12 

54 

4 

1.4 

1.14.   4 

Daniel  Reed 

7 

27 

4 

1.4 

0.18.   4 

Ephraim  Nobles 

7 

27 

4 

1.4 

0.18.   4 

Saml.  Perre 

7 

27 

4 

1.4 

0.18.   4 

John  Strong 

4 

27 

4 

1.4 

0.14.   4 

Noah  Smith 

4 

27 

4 

1.4 

0.14.   4 

David  Bradey 

19 

81 

4 

1.4 

2.12.  4 

^ 

;^57.  2.6 

Test,  Daniel  Smith,  Captain. 

Pay  Table  Ofhce,  Arlington,  June  6,  1781.  The  within  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  diiected  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Daniel  Smith  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  fifty- 
seven  pounds  two  shillings  and  six  pence,  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  \  ^ 
John  Fassett,  [  Committee 

Date  above,  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  above  contents. 

Daniel  Smith,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


211 


[182]  {Capt.  John  Spafford's  Company'] 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Spafford's  Company  in  Col.  Eben""  Al- 
len's Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont  in 
the  month  of  October.  A.  D.  1780,  from  the  12'^  to  the  l?*'^,  both 
days  included,  at  Castleton. 


Names 

En- 
tered 

Dis- 
charge 

i  Days 

Per 

month 

Miles 

Total 

1780 

1780 

Capt.  John  Spafford 

Oct.  IS 

.Oct.l^ 

'      6 

8.0.0 

25 

2.   7.  4 

En.  Orange  Train 

(    i> 

6 

5.8. 

25 

1.13.10 

Serg^    Daniel  Adams 

n 

6 

2.8. 

25 

17.10 

"       Zephaniah  White 

6 

2.8. 

25 

17.10 

"      Jared  Jones 

6 

2.8. 

25 

17.10 

"      Abijah  Pratt 

6 

2.8. 

25 

17.10 

Corp^  Benj.  Coy 

6 

2.4. 

25 

17.10* 

Stephen  Rice 

6 

2. 

25 

17.     * 

Thomas  Hutchinson 

6 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

David  Caswell 

6 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Aaron  Mathews 

6 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Joshua  Remington 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Cyrus  Chipman 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

James  Salisbury 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

John  Egerton 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Isaac  Richmond 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Ozum  Brewster 

6 

2. 

25 

16,   4 

Jona  Bell 

H         (< 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Edward  Turner 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Charles  Brewster 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Job  Spafford 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

John  Chandler 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Neri  Crampton 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Jon*  Brewer 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Zachariah  Porter 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Derick  Karnes 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Jon*  Perkins 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Jon^  Mayo 

6 

2. 

25 

16.  4 

Levi  Rice 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Abel  Turner 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Zenas  Hill 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Abel  White 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Abrah""  White 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

Elisha  Hamilton 

6 

2. 

25 

16.   4 

SIC 


212 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 


Elijah  Grandee 
Isaac  Barrows 
Affemas  Sdntliwofth 
Joel  Baldwin 
Samuel  Owen 
Eiisha  Smith 
John  Trass 


En- 
tered 

Dis- 
charg'^ 

Days 

Per 
month 

Miles 

Oct.  12 

Oct.l7 

6 

2. 

25 

6 

2. 

25 

6 

2. 

25 

6 

2. 

25 

6 

2. 

25 

-6- 

2/ 

25 

6 

2. 

25 

Total 


16.   4 


16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 
16. 


4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


^36.  5.  1 


I  do  solemnly  swear  by  the  Everlasting  God,  that  the  within 
pay  roll  is  truly  and  justly  made,  without  fraud  to  the  public  or 
any  individual,  according  to  the  best  of  my  knowledge. 

John  Spafford,  Capt. 

Sworn  before  me  this  6*^  day  of  June,  A.  D.  1781. 
;^36.5.1  .'  Thomas  Chittenden 

Pay  Table  Office,  6*^  June,  1781.     The   Treasurer   is   directed 

to  pay  to  Capt.  John  Spafford  the  within  roll,  which   is   thirty-six 

pounds  five  shillings  and  one  penny. 

Tho^  Chittenden   )  r.„^rr,;tt«o 
n^-    r,  -o  r  Committee. 

Tim°  Brownson     j 

Date  above,  received  the  contents  of  the  within. 

Per  me,  John  Spafford,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


218 


[■208] 


\^Capt.   William  Hutchins'  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  William  Hutchins'  Company  in  Col.  Her- 
ricks'  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the.  State  of  Vermont, 
commencing  the  11th  of  October  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Per 
day 

Amt. 
wages 

Miles 

,  Amt. 
'  travel 

Total 

Lt.  Nathl.  Fillmore 

20 

0.4.3 

4.   5.0 

150 

2.10.0 

6.15.0 

"  Joseph  Rudd 

20 

4.3 

4.  5.0 

120 

2.   0.0 

6.   5.0 

En.  Lebbeus  Armstrong 

20 

3.0 

3.  0.0 

120 

2.   0.0 

5.   0.0 

Sergt.  Daniel  Harmon 

8 

1.7 

12.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.12.8 

Hezekiah  Armstrong 

19 

1.7 

1.10.1 

120 

2.   0.0 

3.   0.1 

John  Rudd 

8 

1.7 

12.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.12.8 

Elijah  Hyde.  Corpl 

18 

1.5 

1.   5.6 

120 

2.   0.0 

3.  5.6 

Ezekiel  Smith,     " 

18 

1.5 

1.   5.6 

120 

2.   0.0 

3.  b.% 

John  Armstrong 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

John  Smith 

17 

1.4 

1.   2.8 

120 

2.   0.0 

3.  2.8 

Ezekiel  Harmon 

18 

1.4 

17.4 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.17.4 

Austin  Harmon 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Phineas  Scott 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Eleazer  Hawks 

18 

1.4 

1.   4.0 

120 

2.   0.0 

3.  4.0 

David  Robinson 

18 

1.4 

1.  4.0 

120 

2.   0.0 

3.  4.0 

Jesse  Field 

18 

1.4 

1.   4.0 

120 

2.   0.0 

3.  4.0 

Timothy  Follett 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Epaphras  Ripley 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Reuben  Clapp 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Daniel  Herrick    • 

20 

1.4 

1.   6.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

2.  6.8 

Benajiah  Story 

7 

1.4 

9.4 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.   9.4 

Thomas  Story 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.  0.0 

1.10.8 

Jacob  Story 

10 

1.4 

13.4 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.13.4 

Silas  Rice 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Joseph  Roe 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

120 

2.   0.0 

3.   6.8 

Nathan  Hazen 

10 

1.4 

13.4 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.13.4 

Ebenr.  Griswold 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.  0.0 

1.10.8 

Bildad  Hubbel,  Jr. 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Elnathan  Hubbel,  Jr. 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Nathan  Hutchins 

12 

1.4 

16.0 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.16.0 

Eben""  Ayer 

20 

1.4 

1.   6.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

2.   6.8 

Moses  Gunn 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

vSaml.   Hunt 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.   8.0 

Benj.  Fassett 

8 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.   0.0 

1.10.8 

Nathl.  Wood 

& 

1.4 

10.8 

60 

1.  0.0 

1.10.8 

Charles  Brown 

8 

1.4      10.8 

60 

1.  0.0 

1.10.8 

214 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 


William  Hazen 
Elijah  Davis 

Doppon  [Dopson]  Bennet 
Joseph  Nelson 
Selden  Bennet 
Silas  Harmon 
John  Cox 
Gains  Harmon 
Joshua  Harmon 
Jedediah  Merrill 
Timothy  How- 
Simon  George 
Saml.  Tubbs 
Daniel  Pratt 
Andrew  Wood 
Philemon  Wood 
Joshua  Carpenter 
Jonathan  Fisk 
Jonathan  Hill 
Andrew  Pember 
Roger  Kinsley 
Cyprian  Herrick 
Joseph  Willoughby,  Jr. 


Days 

Per 
day 

8 

1.4 

8 

1.4 

8 

1.4 

8 

1.4 

8 

1.4 

6 

1.4 

6 

1.4 

6 

1.4 

6 

1.4 

7 

1.4 

7 

1.4 

14 

1.4 

9 

1.4 

7 

1.4 

7 

1.4 

8 

1.4 

5 

1.4 

7 

1.4 

7 

1.4 

5 

1.4 

4 

1.4 

4 

1.4 

4 

1.4 

Amt. 
wages 


10.8 

10.8 

10.8 

10.8 

10.8 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

8.0 

9.4 

9.4 

18.8 

12.0 

9.4 

9.4 

10.8 

6.8 

9.4 

9.4 

6.8 

5.4 

5.4 

5.4 


Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0  0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

60 

1.0.0 

£ 

Total 


1.10.8 
1.10.8 
1.10.8 
1.10.8 
1.10.8 


1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 


8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
8.0 
9.4 
9.4 
1.18.8 
1.12.0 
1.  9.4 
1.  9.4 
1.10.8 
1.  6.8 
1.  9.4 
1.  9.4 
1.  6.8 
1.  5.4 
1.  5.4 
1.   5.4 


118.  10.  5 


Moses  Gun,  who  was  not  entered  in  the  within  pay 
roll,  served  5  days,  60  miles  travel. 


1.   6.8 


;^li9.17.1 

Nathl.  Fillmore,  Lieut. 
State  of  Vermont,  Bennington,  June  19,  1781.     Personally  ap- 
peared the  above  named  Nathl.  Fillmore  and  made   oath    that   to 
the  best  of  his  knowledge  the  within  roll  is  just  and  true. 

Before  me.     John  Fassett,  Jr.,  Assistant. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  June  19,  1781.    The  within  roll 

examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to   pay   the 

same  to  Lieut.  Nathl.  Fillmore  or  bearer,  being  the   sum    of   one 

hundred  and  nineteen  pounds  seventeen  shillings  and  one  penny, 

lawful  money.  John  Fassett  )  ^  ... 

•'  ^  ^  Committee. 


Timo.  Brownson  \ 
June  18,  1781.     Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,    Treasurer 
nineteen  pounds  seventeen  shillings  in  full. 

Nathl.  Fillmore 


one   hundred 


Lt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


215 


[147]  [^Capt.   Eli  Noble  s  Company\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Eli  Noble's  Company  in  Col.  Herrick's 
Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  com- 
mencing the  11"'  day  of  Oct.  A.  D.  1780. 


Wages 

Amt. 

Travel 

Amt 

Names 

Days 

and 
rations 
prday 

wages 

and 

rations 

at4<i 
per 
man 

travel 
each  man 

Total 

Capt.  Eli  Noble 

10 

6.8 

3.  6.8 

70 

1.   3.4 

4.10.  3 

Lt.  Josiah  Wright 

20 

4.3 

4.  5.0 

70 

1.15.0 

6.  0.  0 

"   David  Demick 

20 

4.3 

4.  5.0 

70 

1.15.0 

6.  0.  0 

P]d.  Josiah  Dunning 

20 

4.3 

4.  5.0 

70 

1.15.0 

6.  0.  0 

Sergt.  Amasa  Hungerford 

12 

1.7 

'  0.19.0 

70 

1.   3.4 

2.  2.  4 

'*       W"'  Popple 

30 

1.7 

1.11.8 

70 

1.15.0 

3.  6.  8 

"       Jona.  Reynolds 

12 

1.7 

0.19.0 

70 

1.   3.4 

2.  2.  4 

John  Niles 

18 

1.7 

1.  8.6 

70 

1.13.4 

3.  1.10 

Corpl.  Christopher  Cart- 

wright 

20 

1.5 

1.  8.4 

70 

1.13.0 

3.   3.  4 

Seth  Bassett 

20 

1.5 

1.  8.4 

70 

1.15.0 

3.  3.  4 

Nathl.  Wallace 

14 

1.4 

0.18.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

2.  2.  0 

John  Hall 

20 

1,4 

1.  6.8 

70 

1.15.0 

3,   1.  8 

Stephen  Aylesworth 

12 

1,4 

0.16.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.19.  4 

Daniel  Brainard 

12 

1.4 

0.16.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.19.  4 

Martin  Albrouph 

6 

1.4 

0.  8.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.11.  4 

Solomon  Wright 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

70 

1.15.0 

3.  1.  8 

James  Curtice 

12 

1.4 

0.16.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.19.  4 

Spencer  Niles 

12 

1.4 

0.16.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.19.  4 

Esquire  Wood 

12 

1.4 

0.10.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.11.  4 

John  Noble 

8 

1.4 

0.16.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

3.  1.  8 

Caleb  Lewis 

12 

1.4 

0.16.8 

70 

1.   3.4 

1.19.  4 

Benj.  Thorp 

12 

1.4 

1.16.8 

70 

1.   :^.4 

1,19.  4 

Abraham  Anderson 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

70 

1.15.0 

1.19.  4 

James  Phillips 

12 

1.4 

0.16.0 

70 

I.   3.4 

1.14.  0 

Benj.  Morgan 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

70 

1.15.0 

1.19.  4 

Joseph  Morgan 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

70 

1.15.0 

1.19.  4 

John  Downer 

2 

1.4 

0.  2.8 

70 

0.   6.8 

3.  1.    0 

Eleazer  Marsh 

8 

1.4 

0.10.8 

70 

1.   3.4 

1.19.  4 

Joseph  Condel 

6 

1.4 

0.  8.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

3.   1.  8 

Benj,  Eaton 

5 

1.4 

0.  6.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

3.   1.  8 

John  Clark 

8 

1.4 

0.10.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

0.  9.  4 

Jacob  Zounds 

9 

1.4 

0.12.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.14.  0 

Thaddeus  Thorp 

9 

1.4 

0.12.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.11.  4 

Gideon  Towers 

6 

1.4 

0.  8.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  0 

Wanton  Aylesworth 

6 

1.4 

0.  8.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.14.  0 

Lt.  David  Caswell 

12 

1.4 

0.16.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.15.  4 

Lt.  Thos.  Jewett 

12 

1.4 

0.16.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.15.  4 

Sergt.  Elijah  Wolcott 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

70 

1.15.0 

3.   1.  0 

"       Lydial  Myers 

12 

1.4 

0.16.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.  9.  4 

Corpl.  Eben"^  Popple 

6 

1.4 

0.  8.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.11.  4 

Ephraim  Luce 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.11.  4 

Corpl,  Beriah  Grover 

9 

1.4 

0.12.0 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.15.  4 

;^103.    9.10 

Eli  Noble,  Capt. 


216  STATE    OF    VERMONT 

State  of  Vermont,  June  27,  1781.  The  within  roll  sworn  to 
before  me.  John  Fasset,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  June  27,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  Eli  Noble,  it  being  one  hundred  and  three  pounds  nine  shil- 
lings and  ten  pence. 

John  Strong    )  Committee. 
John  Fassett,  \ 

July  9,  1781.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order.  Eli  Noble,  Capt. 

;^103.9.10 


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STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[121]  [CaJ>t.  Nathaniel  Seelys  Company^ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Nathl.  Seely's  Company  of  Alarm  Men  in 
Col.  Samuel  Herrick's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the 
State  of  Vermont,  the  11*^  October.  1780. 


Times 

Amfc.  at 

Names 

Days 

Wages 

Amount 

Miles 

trav- 
el'! 

2 

4d 
per  mile 

Total 

Capt.  Nath'  Seely 

21 

6.8 

7.   0.0 

70 

2.   6.8 

9.   6.  » 

Lt.  Thomas  Ransom 

21 

4.3 

4.   9  3 

70 

2 

2.  6.8 

1^.15.11 

Lt.  Silas  Watson 

6 

4.3 

1.   5.6 

70 

1.   3.4 

2.   8.10 

Joseph  Barber,  Serg' 

21 

1.7 

1.16.5 

70 

2.  6.8 

4.   3.   1 

Beulah  Waldo,      " 

15 

1.7 

1.   3.9 

70 

1.  3.4 

2.   7.   1 

Eben'  Seely,    Corp'. 

23 

1.5 

1.12.7 

70 

2.  6.8 

3.19.  3 

A.biather  Angle    ' ' 

10 

1.5 

0.14.2 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.17.  ft 

John  Larabe"e,     " 

5 

1.5 

0.  7.1 

70 

1.  3.4 

•1.10.  5 

Josiah  Noble,      " 

5 

l.u 

0.  7.1 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  5 

Josiah  Williams 

14 

1.4 

0.18.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

2.  2.  0 

John  Perrigo 

10 

1.4 

0.13.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.16.  8 

Daniel  Luce 

10 

1.4 

0.13.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.16.  S 

Oliver  Myers 

23 

1.4 

1.10.8 

70 

2.  6.8 

3.17.  4 

George  Parker 

10 

1.4 

0.13.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.16.  8 

John  Potter 

10 

1.4 

0.13.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.16.  8 

Eph'"  Potter 

10 

1.4 

0.13.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.16.  8 

Abel  Parker 

16 

1.4 

1.   1.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

2.  4.  & 

Job  Phillips 

10 

1.4 

0.13.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.16.  8 

Derick  Smith 

4 

1.4 

0.  5.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.  8.  8 

Abraham  Bowdish 

10 

1.4 

0.13.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.16.  8 

Nathl.  Bowdish 

4 

1.4 

0.  5.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.  8.  8 

Michael  Jackson 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

2.  0.  8 

Rufus  Weaver  . 

8 

1.4 

0.10.8 

70 

1.   3.4 

1.14.  a 

W™  Hendricks 

5 

1.4 

0.  fi.8 

70 

1.   3.4 

1.10.  0 

John  Singer 

11 

1.4 

0.14.8 

70 

1.   3.4 

1.18.  0' 

John  Welch 

11 

1.4 

0.14.8 

70 

1.   3.4 

1.18.  0 

Elizur  Larabee 

11 

1.4 

0.14.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.18.  0 

Phineas  Bennett 

4 

1.4 

0.  5.4 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.  8.  S 

Jasper  Old 

9 

1.4 

0.12.0 

70 

1.   3.4 

1.15.  4 

Samuel  Welch 

4 

1.4 

0.  5.4 

70 

1.  8.4 

1.  8.  8 

Benj.  Bates 

2 

1.4 

0.  2.8 

35 

0.11.8 

0.14.  4 

Elisha  Card 

5 

1.4 

0.  6.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  0 

Elder  Gardner 

5 

1.4 

0.  6.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  0 

David  Mallery 

5 

1.4 

0.  6.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  0 

Jonathan  Hunt 

5 

1.4 

0.  6.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  0 

Isaac  Grover 

5 

1.4 

0.  6.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  0 

Peter  Payne 

5 

1.4 

0.  6.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  0 

Stephen  Cummings 

5 

1.4 

0.  6.8 

70 

1.  3.4 

1.10.  0 

^84.12.10- 

Nath'.  Seeley,  Capt. 
State  of  Vermont.  )        Personally    appeared    the    within 

Bennington,  June  19,  1781.  f  Capt.   Nath'.    Seeley  and  made   oath 
that  to  the  best  of  his  knowledge  the  within  roll  is  true. 

Before  me,  John  Fassett,  Jr.  Assis* 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


219 


Pay  Table  Office,  Be-nnington,  June  19,  1781.  The  within  roll 
examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Nathaniel  Seeley  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  eighty- 
four  pounds  twelve  shillings  and  ten  pence,  lawful  money. 

John  Fassett,  )  Committee. 

Timothy  Brownson,  \ 

June  18.  1781.  Reed,  of  T.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
the  above  order.  Nath'.  Seeley,  Capt. 

^84.12.10 

[120]  [Capt  Ebenezer  Wood's  Cornpany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Ebenezer  Wood's  Company  in  Col.  Samuel 
Herrick's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Ver- 
mont commencing  11*^  Oct.  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Per 
day 

Amt. 
wages,  etc. 

Miles 

Amt.  at 

4d 

per  m. 

Total 

Eben^  Wood  Capt. 

14 

5.4 

3.14.  8 

60 

1.0.0 

4.14.   3 

Simeon  Harmon,  Lt. 

14 

3.8 

2.11.  4 

60 

1.0.0 

3.11.  4 

Joseph  Willoughby,  En. 

14 

3.8 

2.11.  4 

60 

1.0.0 

3.11.  4 

Jos.  Wickwire,  Sergt. 

8 

1.7 

0.12.  8 

60 

1.0.0 

1.12.  8 

Archibald  Stone,  do. 

13 

1.7 

1.  0.  7 

60 

1.0.0 

2.  0.  7 

Job  Wood,  Corporal 

8 

1.5 

0.11.  4 

60 

1.0.0 

1.11.  4 

Zephaniah  Branch,    do 

4 

1.5 

0.  5.10 

60 

1.0.0 

1.  5.10 

Bobert  Blair,  private 

13 

1.4 

0.17.  4 

60 

1.0  0 

1.17.  4 

Elias  Blanchard 

12 

1.4 

0.16.  0 

60 

1.0  gr 

1.16.  0 

Thomas  Harris 

12 

1.4 

0.16.  0 

60 

1.0.9 

1.16.  0 

Kichard  Weaver 

12 

1.4 

0.16.  0 

60 

1.0.0 

1.16.  0 

Joseph  Kellogg 

10 

1.4 

0.13.  4 

60 

1.0.0 

].13.  4 

Joseph  Eudd 

13 

1.4 

0.17.  4 

60 

1.0.0 

1.17.  4 

John  Hutchins 

6 

1.4 

0.  8.  0 

60 

1  0.0 

1.  8.  0 

Eeuben  Sacket 

3 

1.4 

0.  4.  0 

15 

0.5.0 

0.  9.  0 

Daniel  Kinsley- 

1 

1.4 

0.   1.  7 

15 

0.5.0 

1.  6.  7 

£'i\.  7.  4 

Ebenezer  Wood. 
The  above  pay  roll  sworn  to  before  me. 

Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

Pay    Table  Office.     The  within    pay   roll    examined   and  ap- 
proved and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
Eben''  Wood  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  thirty-one  pounds  seven 
shillings  and  four  pence  lawful  money. 
Bennington,  9th  June,  1781. 

Thomas  Chittenden,  )  Committee. 
Timo^  Brownson,       \ 
June  19,  1781.     Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order.         ,  Eben""  Wood. 


220 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[328]  l^Capf.  Samuel  Robinson's  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Samuel  Robinson's  Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Samuel  Herrick's  Regiment,  for  service  done  the  State  of 
Vermont,  on  alarm,  which  commenced  the  11th.  day  of  October, 

1780. 


Names 


Samuel  Eobinson,  Capt. 
William  Henry,  Lt. 
William  Brush,  Do 

Rufus  Branch,  " 

Thomas  Abel, 
Nathl.  Lawrence,         " 
Josiah  Brush,        Corpl. 
Matthew  Scott,        Do 
Ezekiel  Brewster,     ' ' 
Eeuben  Colvin,         " 
Stephen  Fuller,  Fifer 
John  Warner 
Adonijah  Montague 
Benjamin  Hurlburt 
David  Griswold 
Roswell  Moseley 
Azariah  Coss 
Elisha  Nichols 
Joseph  Marks 
Elizur  Wright 
Bascour  Potter 
Thomas  Hall 
Henry  Parker 
Jacob  Parker 
Calvin  Bingham 
Levi  Hathaway 
Peter  Peron 
Joshua  Hathaway 
Samuel  Baker 
John  Holmes 
Aaron  Hubbell 
James  Barrett 
Zephaniah  Branch,  Jr. 
Samuel  Smith 
John  Lance 
Benjamin  Holmes 
Leonard  Robinson 
Samuel  Holmes 
Amos  Kellogg 
Samuel  Montague 
Solomon  Leonard 
Elijah  Wentworth 
David  Wentworth 


Amt. 

of 

Days 

Per 
day 

wages 
and 

Miles 

at4<' 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

rations 

10 

6.8 

3.  6. 

8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

4.13.  4 

18 

4.3 

3.16. 

6 

120 

2.  0. 

0 

5.16.  6 

7 

4.3 

1.  9. 

9 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

2.  9.  y 

18 

1.7 

1.  8. 

6 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

2.  8.  6 

10 



0.15. 

0 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.15.10 

17 

1.7 

1.  6. 

11 

100 

1.13. 

4 

3.  0.  3 

15 

1.7 

1.  1. 

3 

120 

2.  0. 

0 

3.  1.  3 

19 

1.5 

1.  6. 

11 

100 

1.13. 

4 

3.  0.  3 

15 

1.5 

1.  1. 

3 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  7.11 

6 

1.5 

0.  8. 

6 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  8.  6 

3 

1.5 

0.  4. 

3 

40 

13. 

4 

17.  7 

18 

1.5 

1.  4. 

0 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.17.  4 

8 

1.4 

0.10. 

8 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.10.  8 

13 

1.4 

0.17. 

4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.17.  4 

18 

1.4 

1.  4 

0 

120 

2.  0. 

0 

3.  4.  0 

16 

1.4 

1.  1. 

4 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.14.  8 

15 

1.4 

1.  0. 

0 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  6.  8 

9 

1.4 

0.12. 

0 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.18.  8 

11 

1.4 

14. 

8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  1.  4 

3 

1.4 

4. 

0 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  4.  0 

12 

1.4 

16. 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  2.  8 

8 

1.4 

10. 

8 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.10.  8 

8 

1.4 

10. 

8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.17.  4 

13 

1.4 

17. 

4 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.10.  8 

14 

1.4 

18. 

8 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.12.  0 

5 

1.4 

6. 

8 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  6.  8 

9 

1.4 

0.12. 

0 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.12.  0 

16 

1.4 

1.  1. 

4 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.14.  8 

8 

1.4 

10. 

8 

60 

1.  0. 

0  • 

1.10.  8 

4 

1.4 

5. 

4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

14 

1.4 

18. 

8 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.12.  0 

9 

1.4 

12. 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.18.  8 

14 

1.4 

18. 

8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  5.  4 

10 

1.4 

13. 

4 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.  6.  8 

4 

1.4 

5. 

4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

13 

1.4 

17. 

4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  4.  0 

8 

1.4 

10. 

8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.17.  4 

15 

1.4 

1.  0. 

0 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  6.  8 

10 

1.4 

13. 

4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  0.  0 

7 

1.4 

9. 

4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.16.  0 

7 

1.4 

9. 

4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.16.  0 

6 

1.4 

8. 

0 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  8.  0 

11 

1.4 

14. 

8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  1.  4 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


2'21 


Amt.  ot 

Names 

Days 

Per 
day 

wages 
and 

Miles 
at4<i 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

1.4 

rations 
5.  4 

Eliphalet  Stickney 

4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

David  Atwood 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  6.  8 

John  Merrill 

4 

1.4 

5.  4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

Aaron  Denio 

7 

1.4 

9.  4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.16.  0 

Isaac  Rice 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.13.  4 

Zachariah  Herwood 

9 

1.4 

12.  0 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.  5.  4 

Andrew  Ferrin 

9 

1.4 

12.  0 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.  5.  4 

Christopher  Brackett 

13 

1.4 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.10.  8 

Matthew  Clark 

8 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.10.  8 

Jona.  Robinson 

11 

1.4 

, 

120 

2.  0. 

0 

2.14.  8 

-Caleb  Pratt 

5 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  6.  8 

John  Tolman 

9 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.18.  8 

Moses  Rice 

6 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.14.  8 

Charles  Cushman             ' 

7 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.16. 

Shadrach  Norton 

6 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  8. 

Josiah  Fuller,  Jr. 

5 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  6.  8 

Eben'  Babcock 

12 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.16. 

^Isaac  Hill 

13 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.17.  4 

Ephraim  Marble 

8 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.17.  4 

George  Dale 

6 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  8.  0 

Lemuel  Hubbel 

12 

1.4 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.  9.  4 

Peletiah  Morgan 

4 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

Solomon  Walbridge 

6 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.14.  8- 

Josiah  Safford 

4 

1.4 

40 

0.13. 

4 

0.18.  8 

Jehiel  Smith 

8 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.17.  4 

Isaiah  Hendrick 

6 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.14.  8 

Henry  Walbridge 

3 

1.4 

40 

0.13. 

4 

0.17.  4 

Ephraim  Smith 

15 

1.4 

120 

2.  0. 

0 

3.  1.  3 

Jeremiah  Bingham 

3 

1.4 

40 

0.13. 

4 

0.17.  4 

David  Palmer 

10 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  0.  0 

Daniel  Smith 

5 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  6.  8 

Absalom  Tupper 

4 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

Phineas  Rip  ey 

10 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.13.  4 

Silas  Walbridge 

4 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

Jonas  Brewster 

6 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8. 

1.14.  8 

Ammi  Fuller 

3 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  4. 

Samuel  Palmer 

11 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.14.  ef 

Simeon  Hathaway,  Jr. 

6 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.14.  8- 

Joseph  Norton 

4 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

John  Robens 

6 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  8.  0 

John  Lawrence 

4 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

Benj.  Deming 

10 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.13.  4 

Elisha  Downs 

5 

1.4 

60 

i.  0. 

0 

1  1.  6.  8 

Noah  Cross 

10 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  0.  0 

Joseph  Hinsdale 

8 

1.4 

80 

1.   6. 

8 

1.17.  4 

Joshua  Murdock 

7 

1.4 

60 

1.   0. 

0 

1.  9.  4 

Charles  Spurr 

7 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  9.  4 

Elijah  Branch 

12 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  2.  8 

Josiah  Lawrence,  Jr. 

3 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  4.  0 

Walter  Cady 

12 

1.4 

120 

2.  0. 

0 

2.16.  0 

Robert  Cochran 

14 

1.4 

120 

2.  0. 

0 

2.18.  8 

222 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Amt.  of 

Names 

Days 

Per 

day 

wages 
and 

Miles 
at  4" 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

rations 

William  Henry,  Jr. 

8 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.17.  4 

Abner  Rice 

7 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  9.  4 

Joseph  Haskell 

12 

1.4 

100 

1.13. 

4 

2.  9.  4 

Jesse  Tenney 

4 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

Levi  Miller  ' 

11 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  1.  4 

Peletiah  Rice 

8 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.17.  4 

Issacar  Norton 

6 

1.4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

1.14.  8 

Francis  Story 

5 

1.4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  6.  8 

Tilly  Ballard 

3 

1.4 

40 

0.13. 

4 

0.17.  4 

Elias  Trask 

12 

1.4 

0.16.  0 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  2.  8 

Isaac  Crawford 

4 

1.4 

5.  4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

John  Alexander 

14 

1.4 

18.  8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  5.  4 

John  Alexander,  Jr. 

10 

1.4 

13.  4 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  0.  0 

Samuel  Griswold 

11 

1.4 

14.  8 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  1.  4 

Samuel  Harvey  [Herrey?] 

4 

1.4 

5.  4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

Eben"^  Lyman 

12 

1.4 

16.  0 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  2.  8 

Ephraim  Wood 

4 

1.4 

5.  4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  0.  4 

Henry  Turney 

13 

1.4 

17.  4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.17.  4 

Joseph  Williams 

42 

.1.4 

16.  0 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.16.  0 

Daniel  Biddlecome 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  6.  8 

Richard  Biddlecome 

13 

1.4 

17.  4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.17.  4 

Zephaniah  Holmes 

12 

1.4 

16.  0 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

2.  2.  8 

Rowlandson  Wilsey 

4 

1.4 

5.  4 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  5.  4 

Daniel  Storey 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

60 

1.  0. 

0 

1.  6.  8 
;^222.15.  9 

According  to  the  best  of  ray  knowledge  and  the  men. 

Saral.   Robinson,  Capt. 

June,  11,  1781.  Then  Capt.  Saml.  Robinson  swore  to  the 
within  roll  in  form,  before  me,  Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov'' 

Pay  Table  Office,  ll'^^  June,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  being 
examined  is  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  which  is  two  hundred  and  twenty-two  pounds  fifteen  shil- 
lings and  nine  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  ^  ... 

rp-         T3  '  >  Committee, 

fimo.  Brownson,    j 

Date  above  received  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 
^232.15.9  Per  me,  Saml.  Robinson,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


223 


[63] 


[^Lieut.   Lemuel  Hyde's  ■Company'] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Lieut.  Lemuel  Hyde's  Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Webster's  Regiment,  who  were  called  out  in  the  defence  of 
this  State  by  order  of  Maj.  Clark  in  October,  1780. 

Arlington.  8th  January,  1782. 


Pay 

No. 

Fee 

Names 

Days 

per 

of 

per 

Amount 

day 

miles 

mile 

Lt.  Lemuel  Hyde 

12 

4/3 

35 

A 

3.   2.   8 

Sergt.  W"^  Meachara 

12 

1/7 

do 

1.10.   8 

"       Peter  Fuller 

9 

1/7 

1.   5.11 

John  Meacham 

12 

1/4 

1.   7.   8 

Stephen  Pitkin 

8 

1.  2.  4 

Amaziah  Church 

8 

1.  2.  4 

Edmund  Bakon 

8 

1.  2.  4 

Isaac  Race 

12 

1.   7.  8 

Lemuel  Cleaveland 

12 

1.   7.   8 

Joseph  Ballard 

12 

1.   7.  8 

Abram  Scharp 

12 

1.  7.  8 

Eli  Freeman 

12 

1.   7.  8 

Jedediah  Blackman 

12 

1.  7.   8 

Ephraim  Blackman 

5 

0.  9.  4 

Benoni  Haskins 

8 

0.   9.  4 

Samuel  Church 

8 

0.   9.  4 

;^20.    7.11 

Lemuel  Hyde,  Capt. 

Arlington,  Jan.  8,  1782.  The  above  pay  roll  sworn  to  before 
me.  Isaac  Tichenor,  Jus.   Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  Jan.  8,  1782.  The  Treasurer  is 
hereby  directed  to  pay  the  sum  of  twenty  pounds  seven  shillings 
and  eleven  pence  to  Capt.  Hyde  or  order,  agreeable  to  the  above 
order.  Isaac  Tichenor,      )  p      ^^ 

Timo''  Brownson,  f 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Jan.  9,  1782. 
Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  within  order. 

Lemuel  Hyde. 


224 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[506]  \Company  under  Lieut.  Lemuel  Bradle)'\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Company  of  Militia  in  the  sixth  Regiment  in 
the  State  of  Vermont  commanded  by  Lieut.  Lemuel  Bradley,  for 
their  service  in  alarms  in  October,  1780. 


Men's  Names 


Lemuel  Bradley,  Lieut. 

John  Boardman,  Clerk 

Jesse  Averill,  private 

Lemuel  Bishop     " 

Isaac  Brownson 

Jedediah  Bingham 

Evans  Chance 

David  Hoit 

James  Hill 

Elnathan  Higley  [or  Higby] 

Ebenezer  Kellogg 

Benjamin  Meigs 

Ira  Hawley 

Jeremiah  Center 

Elijah  Stoddard 

Moses  Rice 

Eldad  Taylor 

Reuben  Webb 

John  Lee 


No.  of 
days  in 
service 


20 
23 

5 
12 
27 

5 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
20 

7 

7 
12 
12 
12 
12 

5 


Wages 

& 
rations 


£■ 

4. 
1. 
0. 
0. 
1. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 

1. 

0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 


S.  D. 

5.  4 

15.  6 

6.  8 

16.  0 

17.  8 
6.  8 

16.  0 

16.  0 

16.  0 

16.  0 

16.  0 

6.  8 

9.  4 

9.  4 

16.  0 

16.  0 

16.  0 

16.  0 

6.  8 


Travel 


£  s. 
2.  5. 
0.15. 
0.15. 
1.10. 
0.15. 
0.15. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
2.  5. 
0.15. 
0.15. 
1  10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
1.10. 
0.15. 


D. 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 
0 


Total 


£ 

6, 
2 
1 
2, 
2, 
1, 
2, 
2 
2 
2, 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 


S   D. 

10.  4 
18.  6 

1.  S 

6.  0 

12.  8 

1.  8 

6.  0 

6.  a 

6.  0 

6.  0 

6.  0 

11.  8 
4.  4 
4.  4 
6.  0 
6.  0' 
6.  0 
6.  0 
1.  8 


44.    6.   8 


Lemuel  Bradley,  Lieut. 
The  above  pay  roll  sworn  to  before  me. 

Tim°.  Brownson,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  27^''  May,  1781.     The  Treasurer  is  directed 

to  pay  to  Capt.  Lemuel  Bradley  the  contents  of  the  within  Pay 

Roll,  which  is  forty-four  pounds  six  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  ^      _-f<.^ 

m-         r>  r  Committee 

Timo.  Brownson   \ 

Date  above  received  on  the  within  thirty-six  pounds  L  money, 
pr  me,  Lemuel  Bradley  Capt. 

6'^  of  June  1781,  received  the  remainder  of  this  Roll. 

Lemuel  Bradley  Lieut. 
Taken  out  of  the  above  Roll  fifteen  shillings. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


225 


[343] 


\Capt.   Tehan  Noble's  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Tehan  Noble's  Company  of  Militia  in  Col. 
Ira  Allen's  Reg^iment  for  service  done  in  Alarms  of  October,  A. 
D.  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Tehan  Noble 

13 

50 

4.   C.   0 

Lt.  Enoch  Eastman 

.       19 

60 

7.   8.   1 

En.  Wm.  Hopkins 

16 

60 

3.17.  4 

Sergt.  Joseph  Leavitt 

11 

60 

1.17.   5 

Seth  Harmon 

8 

30 

1.   2.   8 

"       Wm.  Hulbard 

11 

60 

1.17.   5 

"       Cyprian  Eastman 

13 

60 

2.  0.   7 

Corpl.  Alpheus  Harmon 

13 

60 

1.18.11 

"       Amos  Scott 

3 

30 

1.14.  4 

"       Cyrenus  Dewey 

13 

60 

1.18.  0 

Luke  Noble 

13 

50 

1.14.   0 

Abraham  Rising 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

Isaac  Gray 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

Selah  Harmon 

13 

50 

1.14.   0 

Levi  Dones 

7 

30 

0.19.   9 

Ai^ron  Rising,  Jr. 

13 

50 

1.14.   0 

John  Sheldon 

11 

50 

1.11.   4 

Asaph  Leavitt 

7 

30 

1.19.   4 

Daniel  Hopkins 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

Amos  Harmon  . 

13 

60 

1.17.   4 

Nathl.  Tower 

11 

30 

1.   4.   8 

John  Burlinghame 

16 

50 

1.18.   0 

Jonathan  Hays 

13 

60 

1.17.  4 

Eben^  Smith 

7 

30 

0.19.   4 

Reuben  Stodder 

11 

50 

1.11.   4 

Finly  McKnight 

11 

50 

1.11.   4 

John  Stuart 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

Stephen  Smith 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

John  Neilson,  Jr. 

7 

30 

.    0.19.  4 

Jacob  Kinney 

7 

30 

0.19.  4 

Nehemiah  Harmon  [?]     * 

13 

50 

1.14.  0 

Wm.  McClary 

13 

50 

1.14.   0 

Joseph  Tower 

16 

50 

1.18.   0 

Zadock  Norton 

13 

50 

1.14.   0 

[15] 


226 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Ozy  Norton 

16 

50 

1.18.   0 

VVni.  Googius 

7 

30 

0.19.   4 

Pelatiah   Dewey 

13 

50 

1.14.   0 

Aaron  Rising,  Sen. 

13 

50 

1.14.   0 

Reuben  Noble 

7 

30 

0.19.   4 

Hezekiah  Scoit 

7 

30 

0.19.   4 

Ephraim  Noble 

7 

30 

0.19.   4 

Luther  Snnith 

13 

30 

1.   6.   0 

Jonathan  Towns 

3 

30 

0.14.   0 

John  Neilson 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

Capt.  Warum  Gibbs 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

En.  Neh.  Harmon 

13 

60 

1.17.   4 

^72.17.  4 

Sworn  before  me. 


Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  May  1st,  1781.  The  Treasur- 
er is  directed  to  pay  to  Tehan  Noble  the  within  roll,  which  is  sev- 
enty-two pounds  seventeen  shillings  and  four  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  »  p 
John  Fassett,  [  ^^ 


Committee. 


Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer 
order.     18/8  out  for  expenses. 

;^72.17.4 


the  contents  of  the  above 


Tehan  Noble,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


227 


[6]  [^Capt.  Thomas  Bull's  Company\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Bull's  Company  in  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  the  State  of  Vermont  on 
alarm  which  commenced  the  11th  day  of  October,  1780. 


Wages 

Amt.  of 

No. 

Names  and  Rank 

Days 

and 

rations 

per  day 

wages 

and 

rations 

miles 

at4<' 

per  mile 

Amt.  of 
travel 

Total 

Capt.  Thomas  Bull 

21 

0.6.8 

7.  0.0 

120 

2.  0.0 

9.  0.  0 

Lt.  Jer""  Whelpley 

11 

4.3 

2.  6.9 

80 

1.  6.8 

3.13.  5 

En.  Stephen  Washburn 

8 

4.3 

1.14.0 

40 

0.13.4 

2.  7.  4 

Sergt  John  Smith 

13 

1.7 

1.  0.7 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  7.  3 

"    Timo.  Pearl 

14 

1.7 

1.  2.2 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  8.10 

"    Seth  Pettibone 

15 

1.7 

1.  3.9 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.10.  5 

"    Thaddeus  Harris 

6 

1.7 

0.  9.6 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  2.10 

Nathan  Smith 

17 

1.4 

1.  2.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  9.  4 

Saml.  Pettibone 

11 

1.4 

0.14.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  1.  4 

David  Lee.  Jr. 

6 

1.0 

0.  8.0 

50 

0.16  8 

1.  4.  8 

Silas  Goodrich 

21 

1.0 

1.  8.0 

120 

2.  0.0 

3.  8.  0 

Arthur  Bostwick 

9 

■    1.0 

0.12.0 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  5.  4 

Peleg  Sutherland 

25 

1.0 

1.13.4 

50 

0.16.8 

2.10.  0 

George  Smith 

13 

1.0 

0.17.4 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  4.  0 

John  Page 

8 

1.0 

0.10.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

1.17.  4 

Isaac  Whelpley 

21 

1.0 

1.  8.0 

120 

2.  0.0 

3.  8.  0 

Daniel  Shaw 

11 

1.0 

0.14.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  1.  4 

Peter  Pixley 

15 

1.0 

1.  0.0 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  6.  8 

Israel  Bostwick 

11 

1.0 

0.14.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.   1.  4 

Isaac  Barker 

21 

1.0 

1.  8.0 

120 

2.  0.0 

3.  8.  0 

Richard  Hennesy 

6 

1.0 

0.  8.0 

40 

0.13.4 

1.   1.  4 

Solomon  Collins 

5 

1.0 

0.  0.8 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  0.  0 

Nathl.  Collins 

5 

1.0 

0.  6.8 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  0.  0 

George  Sexton,  Jr. 

9 

1.0 

0.12.0 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  5.  4 

William  Drew 

21 

1.0 

1.  8.0 

120 

2.  0.0 

3.  8.  0 

Daniel  Jones 

21 

1  0 

1.  8.0 

120 

2.  0.0 

3.  8.  0 

Vassal  Dickinson 

6 

1.0 

0.  8.0 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  1.  4 

Cornelius  Havens 

6 

1.0 

0.  8.0 

40 

0.13.4 

1.   1.  4 

David  Vallance 

11 

1.0 

0.14.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  1.  4 

Amos  Richardson 

11 

1.0 

0.14.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  1.  4 

Nathan  Richardson 

4 

1.0 

0.  5.4 

40 

0.13.4 

0.18.  8 

Aaron  Sexton 

4 

1.0 

0.  5.4 

40 

0.13.4 

0.18.  8 

Benj.  Hammond 

4 

1.0 

0.  5.4 

80 

1.  6.8 

1.12.  0 

Saml.  Sutherland 

18 

1.0 

0.17.4 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  4.  0 

Timothy  Bliss 

15 

1.0 

1.  0.0 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  6.  8 

Joseph  Baker 

7 

1.0 

0.  9.4 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  2.  8 

Jabez  Crippen 

6 

1.0 

0.  8.0 

40 

0.13.4 

1.   1.  4 

Timothy  Mead 

3 

1.0 

0.  4.0 

40 

0.13.4 

0.17.  4 

Timothy  Mead,  Jr. 

7 

1.0 

0.  9.4 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  2.  8 

Ashley  Goodrich 

15 

1.0 

1.  0.0 

80 

1.  '6.8 

2.  6.  8 

Benj.  Purdy 

6 

1.0 

0.  8.0 

55 

0.18.4 

1.  6.  4 

Dunkin  Dunn 

14 

1.0 

0.18.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

2.  5.  4 

Thaddeus  Munson 

8 

1.0 

0.10.8 

80 

1.  6.8 

1.17.  4 
^91.  3.  1 

9th  of  June,  1781. 


The  within  roll  sworn  to  before  me, 

Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov. 


228 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  9th  June,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same, 
which  is  ;^91.3.1  per  order. 


Thos.  Chittenden,  )  p      ^ 
John   Fassett,  \  ^°"^ 


Date    above,    rec^   the   contents   of    the   within    roll    of    the 
Treasurer.  Thos.  Bull,  Capt. 

[30]  [Copt.   Bigelow  Lawrence's  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Big^elow  Lawrence's  Company  in  Col. 
Herrick's  Regiment  of  Militia  while  in  the  service  in  the  alarm 
October,  1780 


Names 

Days 

in 

service 

Miles 
travel 

Rations 

Total 

Capt.  Big-elow  Lawrence 

11 

70 

0.14.8 

4.16.   8- 

Lt.  Jacob  Farman 

10 

55 

0.8 

3.  0.10' 

Lt.  Timo.  Barnum 

18 

110 

12.0 

5.18.   2 

En.  Jno.  Sunderlin 

17 

llu 

11.4 

5.  8.11 

Sergt.  Eben'^  Firman 

9 

55 

1.12.   7' 

"       Josiah  Perry 

17 

110 

3.   3.   7 

"       Saral.  Sunderlin 

17 

110 

3.   3.   7 

Corp.  Jno.  Millinton 

16 

110 

3.  0.  0 

Ichabod  Cross 

7 

55 

1.  8.   6 

Jona.  Bills 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Elijah  Ames 

12 

55 

1.14.   4 

Christopher  Bates 

10 

hb 

1.11.   & 

John  Blanchard,  Jr. 

14 

55 

1.17.   0 

Reuben  Blanchard 

10 

55 

1.11.  a 

Joseph  Matterson 

7 

55 

1.   7.   8 

Henry  Matterson 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Elisha  Field,  Jr. 

15 

110 

2.16.   8- 

John  Hart 

14 

hh 

1.17.   0 

Danl.  Shaw 

8 

110 

2.   7.  4 

Danl.  Ravnald 

10 

70 

1.16.   8 

Caleb  Goff 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0' 

David  Cutting 

5 

55' 

1.   5.   0 

Davis  Moore 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Danl.  Harris 

13 

55 

1.15.   8 

Benj.  Cary,  jr. 

6 

55 

1.   6.   4 

"W"  Cory 

9 

55 

1.10.   4 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


229 


Namk. 

Days 

in 

service 

Miles 
travel 

Rations 

Total 

John  Bennet 

13 

55 

1.15.   8 

Joseph  Marsh 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Timo^'  Buckley 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Caleb  Blanchard 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

Eph'"  Doolittle 

30 

55 

1.11.   8 

John  Wright 

10 

55 

\ 

1.18.   4 

Jona.  Bates 

15 

55 

1.18.   4 

Daniel  Salsbury 

17 

110 

2.19.   4 

Philip  Green 

14 

55 

1.17.  0 

W™  Sherman 

15 

110 

2.16.  8 

Elisha  Starkweather 

15 

110 

2.16.   8 

Asa  Starkweather 

16 

110 

2.18.  0 

Benj.  Cole 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Andrew  Clark 

■       10 

55 

1.11.  8 

Adin  Durkee 

10 

55 

1.11.  8 

Moses  Durkee 

5- 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Justin  Olin 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Caleb  Howard 

6 

55 

1.   6.   4 

Joshua  Munrow 

6 

55 

1.   6.   4 

Abner  Rice 

12 

55 

1.14.   4 

W°^  West 

9 

55 

1.10.   4 

Moses  Bump 

5 

55    ' 

1.   5.   0 

Ichabod  Bump 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

James  Ely 

13 

55 

1.14.   4 

Perley  Hewlett 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Jacob  Corey 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Danl.  Goff 

10 

70 

1.16.   8 

Eph"  Persons 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Jos.  Matterson 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

Jesse  Brunson 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

W"  Cobb 

8 

55 

1.   9.   0 

Asa  Hatch 

10 

70 

1.16.   8 

Geo.  Niles 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

Simeon  Martin 

4 

55 

1.   3.    8 

Simeon  Antizel 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

Moses  Doolittle 

4 

55 

1.   3.   8 

Jos.  Barker 

5 

55 

1.   5.   0 

;^118.14.10 

230 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


This  pay  roll  sworn  to  by  Capt.  Bigelow  Lawrence.     Before 
me,  Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov. 

Pay  Table  Office,  I  The  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  to  Capt. 

9th  June,  1781     f  Bigelow   Lawrence   the    contents  of   this   Roll, 

which  is  One  hundred  and  eighteen  pounds  fourteen  shillings  and 

ten  pence,  it  being  examined  and  approved. 

Thos  Chittenden. 

Timo.  Brownson, 


MCo 
1,  f 


mmittee 


Date  above,  rec'd.  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order.  By  me, 

^118.18.10.  Bigelow  Lawrence,  Capt.  . 


[327] 


YCapt.  Jacob  OdeVs  Conipany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Jacob  Odel's  Company  in  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  in  the  State  of  Vermont  by 
way  of  Alarms,  commencing  the  11th  of  Oct.,  A.  D.  1780. 


Names 


Capt.  Jacob  Odel 
Lt.  Stephen  Smith 
Ensign  James  Vaughn 
Sergt.  Robert  Logins 

"       Eliakim  Deming     ^ 
Dan  Allen 

"       Benj.  Mclntire 

"     Zephaniah  Sexton 
Corpl.  Jacob  Mead 

"      Nathan  Smith 
Andrew  Richardson 
Benjamin  Bears  [or  Beans] 
James  Tomeson 
Benj.  Vaughn 
Isaac  Marks 
Timothy  Soper> 
Ephraim  Right  [Kyb] 
Aaron  Beman 
Jonathan  Allen 
Reuben  French 
John  Dagget  [Dagat] 
Nathan  Richardson 
Peter  Ferguson 
Vi^illiam  Beedle 
Pelatiah  Soper 
Prince  Soper 
John  Sabins  [Sebens] 
Richard  Mclntire 
Abel  Bristol 


Days 

Per  day 

Miles 

25 

6.8 

120 

21 

4.8 

80 

14 

4.8 

80 

21 

1.7 

120 

21 

1.7 

80 

12 

1.7 

80 

10 

1.7 

80 

12 

1.7 

80 

28 

\A\ 

40 

.  25 

1.5^ 

40 

21 

1.4 

120 

7 

1.4 

40 

20 

1.4 

120 

2:^. 

1.4 

40 

25 

1-4 

40 

12 

1  4 

80 

11 

1.4 

40 

28 

1.4 

40 

13 

1.4 

80 

25 

1.4 

40 

22 

1.4 

80 

25 

1.4 

40 

25 

1.4 

40 

13 

1.4 

80 

25 

1.4 

40 

13 

1.4 

80 

7 

1.4 

40 

19 

1.4 

40 

11 

1.4 

80 

Amt.  of 
wases 


8 


8.  6. 

5.  4. 

2.19. 

1.12. 

1.12. 

0.12. 

0.18.10 

0.19.   0 

2.10.10 

1.16.  43- 

1.  8.  0 

0.  9. 

1.  6. 
1.10. 
1.13. 
0.16. 
0.14. 
1.17. 
1.17. 
1.13. 
0.16. 
1.13. 
1.13. 
0.17. 
1.13. 
0.17. 

0.  9. 

1.  4. 
0.14. 


Total 


10.  6.  8 
5.15.11 
4.  6.  2 
3.12.  3 
2.18.11 

12.  5.  8 
2.  2.  6 
2.  5.  8 
5.15.   2 

2.  9.   9 

3.  8.   0 
2.  8 


1, 

3.   (i 
2.   4 


8 
0 

2.  6.  8 

2.  2.  8 

1.  8.  0 
2.10.  8 

2.  5.  0 
2.  6.  8 
2.  2.  8 
2.  6.  8 
2.  6  8 
2.  4.  8 
2.  6.  8 
2.   4.  0 

1.  2.  8 
1.18.  8 

2.  1.  4 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR  ROLLS 


231 


Names 

Days 

Per  day 

Miles 

Amt,  of 
wages 

Total 

Simeon  Hines 

21 

1.4 

120 

1.  8. 

0 

3.  8.  0 

Nathl.  Newton 

13 

1.4 

80 

0.17. 

4 

2.  4.  0 

Christopher  Collins 

7 

1.4 

40 

0.  9. 

4 

1.  2.  8 

Jonathan  Beckwith 

7 

1.4 

40 

0.   9. 

4 

1.  2.  8 

Seth  Allen 

7 

1.4 

40 

0.   9. 

4 

1.  2.  8 

Lemuel  Sexton 

11 

1.4 

80 

0.14. 

8 

2.   1.   4 

William  Wright  [Kirb?  Kich?] 

3 

1.4 

40 

0.  4. 

0 

0.17.   4 

Elias  Curtis 

3 

1.4 

40 

0.  4. 

0 

0.17.   4 

William  Dick 

7 

1.4 

40 

0.   !). 

4 

1.   2.   8 

Moses  Sperry  [?] 

7 

1.4 

40 

0.   9. 

4 

1.   2.  8 

Eice  Beckwith 

13 

1.4 

80 

0.17. 

4 

2.   4.   0 

Silas  Beckwith 

7 

1.4 

40 

0.   9. 

4 

1.  2.  8 

Philip  Reynold 

7 

1.4 

40 

0.   9. 

4 

1.  2.  8 

Charles  French 

7 

1.4 

40 

0.   9. 

4 

1.  2.  8 

;{:iOO.  4.  0 

The  above  sworn  to  by  Capt.  Odel. 

Before  me,     Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov'' 

Pay  Table  office,  7th  June,  1781.     The  foregoing- roll  examined 

and    approved    and    the    Tieasurer    is  directed    to    pay    the  same, 

which  is  one  hundred  pounds  eight  shillings. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  ^ 

rr  -D  r  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,    ] 

Date  above  received   of    the    Treasurer    the  contents   of    the 
foregoing  roll. 
;^100.8.0  Per  me,     Jacob  Odel,  Capt. 


232 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[104] 


YLient.  Abner  Hw'd's  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  for  Lieut.   Abner   Hurd's  Company  on  an  alarm 
from  the  12"^  day  of  October,  A.  D.  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Per 
Mile 

Subsist. 
per  day 

Per  mo. 

Total 

Eichard  Hurd,  En. 

18 

134 

4d 

0.0.8" 

5.8.0 

6.  1.6 

Elijah  Warner,  Sergt. 

18 

134 

4 

8 

2.8.0 

3.13.2 

Simeon  Sanford,     " 

23 

52 

4 

8 

2.8.0 

2.12.2 

Jed''  Hurd, 

10 

82 

4     • 

8 

2.8.0 

2.  4.2 

Daniel  Hurd, 

22 

52 

4 

8 

2.8.0 

2.12.2 

Eleazer  Hurd,  Corpl. 

22 

52 

4 

8 

2.4.0 

2.  8.6 

Samuel  Bristoll,     " 

10 

75 

4 

8 

2.4.0 

1.19.2 

Saml.  Penn 

18 

134 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

3.  8.8 

Daniel  Hurd,  2'^ 

8 

52 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

1.  8.0 

Abijah  Hurd 

10 

82 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

2.  0.8 

David  Leavenworth 

12 

134 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

3.  0.8 

Eeuben  Thomas 

10 

82 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

2.  0.8 

Matthew  Royce 

8 

52 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

1.  8.0 

Job  Bristoll 

8 

52 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

1.  8.0 

Adam  Hurd 

10 

82 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

2.  0.8 

Jedediah  Hard 

10 

82 

4 

8 

2,0.0 

2.  0.8 

Joseph  Hadon 

10 

82 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

2.  0.8 

James  Bristoll 

3 

20 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

0.10.8 

Jona.  Bristol 

10 

82 

4 

8 

2.0.0 

2.  0.8 
44.18.10 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  June  5,   1781.      The  within  Pay 
Roll  examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  Ensign  Richard  Hurd  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  for- 
ty-four pounds  eighteen  shillings  and  ten  pence,  lawful  mon^y. 
^44.18.10  Thos.  Chittenden,  \  ., 

John  Fassett,  T  ^^^ 

Eleven  shillings  six  pence  reducted  out  of  the  above  order  for 
the  men's  expenses.  Date  above,  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  above 
contents.  Richard  Hurd. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


233 


■[324]  \Capt.    Thomas  Collins    Company\ 

State  of  Vermont.  A   Pay    Roll   of  Capt.  Thomas  Collins' 

■Company  in  Col.  Ebenezer  Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the 
service  of  this  state,  commencing  the  14th.  day  of  October  and  end- 
ing- the  20th. 


Names                           Ei 

itered 

Left 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Thomas  Collins                       O 

ct.  14 

27 

12 

3.   4.   0 

Lt.  Solomon  Wilder 

'    14 

29 

12 

1.12.   3 

Sergt.  Cephas  Carpenter 

'    14 

29 

12 

1.   1.   5 

"       Asahel  Joiner 

'    2G 

29 

12 

0.10.   4 

Corpl.  Levi  Wood 

'    14 

15 

12 

0.   6.11 

"       John  Collins 

'    14 

29 

12 

1.   0.   0 

Nathan  Les 

'    14 

29 

12 

0.18.   8 

■George  Shearman 

'    14 

29 

12 

0.18.   8 

Benjamin  Bailey 

'     14 

29 

12 

0.16.  0 

Edward  Bailey 

'    21 

29 

12 

0.12.   0 

David  Roberts 

'    14 

29 

12 

0.18.   8 

Daniel  Adams 

'    14 

29 

12 

0.16.   0 

Joseph  Wood 

'    14 

18 

12 

0.10.   8 

Daniel   Haskins 

"    14 

15 

12 

0.   6.   8 

James  McClure 

'    26 

29 

12 

0.   9.  4 

Ozias  Perry- 

'    26 

29 

12 

0.   9.   4 

Joshua  Wood 

'    26 

29 

12 

0.   9.   4 

Eben''  Wood 

•    26 

29 

12 

0.   9.   4 

Silas  Rudd 

"    21 

22 

12 

0.   6.   8 

^15.15.   7 

Thomas  Collins,  Capt. 
^State  of  Vermont,  Rutland  County,  ss. 
Clarendon,  June  11,  A.  D.  1781. 
Personally  appeared  Capt.  Thomas  Collins,  signer  to  the  fore- 
going roll   and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  several  articles  therein 
mentioned  are  justly  and  truly  charged  and  entered,  according  to 
the  best  of  his  knowledge. 

Before  me,  Increase  Moseley,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  12th  June,  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed 
to  pay  to  Capt.  Thomas  Collins  or  order  the  within  roll  which  is 
.^^15.15.7.  Thos.  Chittenden,  |  ^^^^ee 

John  Fassett,  f 

Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
-order,  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Collins.  George  Shearman 


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[242] 


[Capf.  Zebediah  Dewey  s  Cotnpany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Company  of  Militia  for 
service  dorfe  the  state  in  Oct.  last,  1780 


Names  and  Rank 

Pay  per 

Days  in 

Miles 

Amt. 

Amt.  of 

Amt.  of 

day 
0.6.8 

services 

travel 

travel 

pay 
5.  6.  8' 

pay&  trav. 

Capfc.  Zebediah  Dewey 

16 

24 

0.8.0 

6.15.8 

Sergt.  W'"  Ashley 

0.1.7 

16 

do 

0.8.0 

1.  5.  4 

1.18.1 

Corpl.  Ichabod  Marshall 

0.1.5^ 

13 

16 

0.5.4 

0.18.11 

1.  8.6| 

•'      Saml.  Fletcher 

0.1. 5i 

10 

24 

0.8.0 

1.  3.-4 

1.15.7 

Ithmar  Brookins 

0.1.4' 

do 

do 

0.8.0 

1.  1.  4 

1.13.4 

John  Smith 

0.1.4 

1.  1.  4 

1.13.4 

John  Owen 

0.1.4 

1.   1.  4 

1.13.4 

John  Grant 

0.1.4 

1.  1.  4 

1.13.4 

Hezekiah  Login 

0.1.4 

1.   1.  4 

1.13.4 

Stephen  Maranville 

0.1.4 

1.  1.  4 

1.13.4 

Eben-^  Canfield 

0.1.4 

1.   1.  4 

1.13.4 

Joseph  Crow 

o:i.4 

13 

16 

0.5.4 

0.17.  4 

1.  5.4 

Josiah  Lewis 

0.1.4 

do 

do 

0.5.4 

0.17.  4 

1.  5.4" 

Elisha  Gilbord 

0  1.4 

0.17.  4 

1.  5.4 

Joel  Grannis 

0.1.4 

0.17.  4 

1.  5.4 

Elijah  Owen 

0.1.4 

0.17.  4 

1.   5.4 

Joseph  Ran 

0.1.4 

0.17.  4 

1.   5.4 

Tites  Watson 

0.1.4 

0.17.  4 

1.   5.4 

Philip  Brookins 

0.1.4 

0.17.  4 

1.  5-.4 

Seth  Crow 

0.1.4 

0.17.  4 

1.  5.4 

Mordecai  Soper 

0.1.4 

0.17.  4 

1.   5.4 

Josiah  Grant 

0.1.4 

8 

16 

0.5.4 

0.10.  8 

0.18.8 

Henry  Hyde 

0.1.4 

do 

do 

0.5.4 

0.10.   8 

0.18.8 

Elisha  Allen 

0.1.4 

0.10.  8 

0.18.8 

Reuben  Hosford 

0.1.4 

0.10.  8 

0.18.8 

Timo>  Hyde 

0.1.4 

0.10.  8 

0.18.8 

Levi  Thatcher 

0.1.4 

5 

8 

0.2.8 

0.   6.  8 

0.19.8 

Asa  Lawrence 

0.1.4 

4 

8 

0.2.8 

0.  5.  4 

0.  8.4 

Saml.  Higgins 

0.1.4 

4 

8 

0.2.8 

0.  5.  4 

0.  9.4 

Saml.  Allen 

0.1.4 

4 

8 

0.2.8 

0.  5.   4 

0.  9.4 

Jeremiah  Adams 

0.1.4 

8 

16 

0.5.4 

0.10.  8 

0.18.8 

Azel  Holmes 

0.1.4 

8 

16 

0.5.4 

0.10.  8 

18.8 

Joseph  Jones 

0.1.4 

16 

24 

0.8.0 

1.   1.  4 

1.13.4 

Thomas  Hooker 

0.1.4 

2 

8 

0.2.8 

0.  2.  8 

0.  5.8 

Obadiah  Winter 

0.1.4 

2 

8 

0.2.8 

0.  2.  8 

0.  6.8 

John  Lewis 

0.1.4 

3 

8 

0.2.8 

0.  4.  0 

0.  8.8 

John  Richard 

0.1.4 

2 

8 

0.5.4 

0.  2.  8 

0.  8.4 

Robt.  Green 

0.1.4 

2 

8 

0.2.5 

0.  2.  8 

0.  8.0 

Enoch  Ashley 

0.1.4 

1 

8 

0.2.8 

0.   1.  4 

0.  5.4 

Thomas  Dewey 

0.1.4 

1 

8 

0.2.8 

0.   1.  4 

0.  5.0 

W'"  Richards 

0.1.4 

8 

8 

0.2.8 

0.   4.  0 

0.  7.0 

^48.15.8 

Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS  237 

17th  May,  1781.  The  above  named  Zebediah  Dewey  swore  to 
the  above  pay  roll,  before  me,  Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov. 

Pay  Table  Office,  V^  June,  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed 
to  pay  to  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey  the  within  roll  which  is  forty- 
eight  pounds  fifteen  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden   |  p 
Timo.  Brownson     f  ^^™- 

Date  above,  received  the  content-s  of  the  within  roll  of  the 
Treasurer.  Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 


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240 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[33] 


\_Capf.    Cyprian  Dorvners  Company\ 


A  Pay    Roll   of   Capt.   Cyperan   Downer's  Alarm  Co.   in  Col. 
Herrick's  Reg't.  of  Militia  while  in  service  October,  1780. 


Attest, 


Names 

Days  in 

Miles 

Amount 

service 

travel 

Capt.  Cyp"  Downer 

18 

lie 

7.16.   8 

En.  Benj.  Corey 

17 

110 

5    8.11 

Sergt.  Jas.  Charter 

10 

hh 

1.14.   4 

Charles  Dyer 

12 

55 

1.15.  8 

"       Isaiah  Carpenter 

16 

110 

3.   2.   4 

Eph°»  Wilmarth 

8 

55 

1.    9.   0 

Kiah  Wright 

8 

55 

1.   9.   0 

Abner  Drinkwater 

11 

55 

1.13.   0 

W™  Parker 

6 

55 

1.   6.   4 

David  Galusha 

5 

55 

1.   4.10 

Luther  Tipliff 

11 

55 

1.12.10 

Nathan  Leonard 

5 

h^ 

1.   4.10 

Nathan  Wheeler 

10 

55 

1.11.   6 

Saml.  House 

11 

55 

1.12.10 

u^osha  Fuller 

11 

55 

1.12.10 

Abiather  Waldo 

16 

110 

2.18.   0 

Cabel  Olm 

14 

110 

2.15.   4 

Jonas  Galusha 

17 

85 

2.11.   0 

Winslow  Perry 

10 

55 

1.15.   8 

George  Parker 

14 

110 

2.15.   0 

Stephen  Dwinell 

17 

85 

2.11.   4 

Daniel  Ford 

6 

55 

1.   6.   8 

Ezekiel  Perry 

9 

55 

1.10.   4 

Thomas  Warren 

5 

Q^ 

1.   4  10 

Peter  Wright 

18 

110 

3.  0.   8 

Thos.  King 

11 

110 

2.11.   0 

^59. 14..  5 

Cyprian  Downer,  Capt. 


State  of  Vermont,  Arlington,  July  24,  1781.     The  above  pay 
roll  sworn  to  before  me.  John  Fassett,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office.  July  24,  1781.     The  within  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved  and   the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


241 


Capt.  Cyprian  Downer,  or  bearer,  being  fifty-nine  pounds  fourteen 
shillings  and  five  pence  lawful  money. 

^59  14.5  JohnFassett,  )  p^^ee 

Timo.  Brownson,  \^^^ 

Date  above,  received  the  contents  of  the  above  order  of  the 
Treasurer.  Per  me,  Cyperan  Downer,  Capt, 


[287] 


[Ca//.  J'oAn  Spafford's  Co7npany\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Spafford's  Company  in  Col.  Eben''  Al- 
iens Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont, 
Oct.  A.  D.  1780,  from  the  25th.  to  the  28th.  both  days  included,  at 
Castleton. 


Names 

When 
joined 

When 

dis- 
charged 

Days 

Per 
Mo. 

Miles 

Total 

1780 

1780 

Capt.  John  Spafford 

Oct.    2^ 

5  Oct.    2J 

\      4 

8.0.0 

25 

1.15.0 

En.  Orange  Train 

4 

5.8. 

35 

1.   4.4 

Sergt.  Jacob  Wood 

' 

4 

2.8 

35 

14.8 

"       Jared  Jones 

4 

2.8 

35 

14.8 

Corpl.  Silas  Gerads 

4 

2.4 

25 

14.2 

'*       Wm.  Joyner 

4 

2.4 

25 

14.3 

"       Daniel  Ray 

4 

2.4 

25 

14.3 

Edward  Turner 

4 

3. 

35 

13.8 

Moses  Sheldon 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Cyrus  Chipman 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Jacob  Johnson 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Neri  Crampton 

4 

2. 

25 

13.8 

Wm.  Fox 

4 

2. 

25 

13  8 

Ozim  Brewster 

4 

2. 

25 

13.8 

Robert  Hopkins 

4 

2. 

25 

13.8 

Joshua  Cambell 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Obadiah  Noble 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Elisha  Utley 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

James  Adams 

4 

2. 

25 

13.8 

Charles  Brewster,  Jr. 

4 

2. 

25 

13.8 

Aaron  Adams 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Daniel  Fuller 

4 

2. 

25 

13.8 

Phmeas  Cluff 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Ira  Hill 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Stephen  Rice 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Ephraim  Coy 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

Jonathan  Bell 

4 

2. 

35 

13.8 

[16] 


242 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

When 
joined 

1780 
Oct.    25 

( (     t  ( 

U              41 

When 
dis- 
charged 

1780 
Oct.    28 

( (     (< 

<  4             4  4 
41              4  4 

Days 

4 

4 

4 

4 

-4 

Per 
Mo. 

2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 
2. 

Miles 

Total 

Aaron  Mathews 
Stephen  Royce 
Samuel  Fargo 
Silas  Bingham 
Jonathan  Brewer 

25 
25 
25 
25 
25 

13.8 
13.8 
13.8 
13.8 
13.8 

23.12.10 

Sworn  before  me  this  day  of  June,  A.  D.  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov^ 

I  do  solemnly  swear  by  the  Everliving  God,  that  the  within 
pay  roll  is  truly  and  justly  made,  without  fraud  to  the  public  or 
any  individual  according  to  the  best  of  my  knowledge. 

John  Spafford,     Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  6th.  June,  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed 
to  pay  to  Capt.  John  Spafford  the  within  roll,  which  is  twenty- 
three  pounds  twelve  shillings  and  ten  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden  ) 


Com' 


Timo  Brownson 
Date  above  reed,  the  contents,  per  me,  John  Spafford,  Capt. 


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243 


[371] 


\Capt.   William   Gage's  Coinpany\ 


Pay  Rolls  of  Capt.   Gaige's  Company  of  Militia   in    Col.   Ira 
Allen's  Regiment. 


Names 

When 
marched 

When 
returned 

Days 

Per 
month 

Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

1780. 

1780. 

Lieut.  Thomas  Rowlee 

Oct.  13 

Oct.  18 

6 

5.8.0 

35 

11.8 

1.13.  6^ 
1.13.  6i 

Ensign  John  Mott 

it     11 

<i     11 

6 

5.8.0 

35 

11.8 

Isaac  Gaige 

U          It 

<i     i( 

6 

2.0.0 

35 

11.8 

0.19.  8 

Israel  Harrington 

<t      l> 

11     11 

6 

2.0.0 

35 

11.8 

0.19.  8 

Thomas  Tuttle 

( <      tl 

<i     tl 

6 

2.0.0 

35 

11.8 
Rations 

19.  8 

6.  6.   1 

8.  0 

^6.14.  1 

Second  Alarm. 

1780 

Lt.  Thomas  Rowlee 

Oct.  20 

Oct.  25 

6 

5.8.0 

25 

8.4 

1.10.  2 

En.  John  Mott 

(t     11 

<i     11 

6 

5.8.0 

25 

8.4 

1.10.  2 

Sergt.  Henry  Herrick 

It     11 

<i     ii 

6 

2.8.0 

25 

8.4 

18.  4 

''       Eeuben  Towers 

1  C          11 

11     11 

6 

2.8.0 

25 

8.4 

18.  4 

"       Zerh.  Merithew 

(1      11 

It     11 

6 

2.8.0 

25 

8.4 

18.  4 

Daniel  Sherman 

<C         11 

It     11 

6 

2.0.0 

25 

8.4 

16.  4 

Thomas  Tuttle 

((      11 

11     It 

6 

2.0.0 

25 

8.4 
Rations 

16.  4 

7.  8.   I 

0.  8.  0 

^7.16.  1 

Third  Alarm. 

Lt.  Thomas  Eowlee 

Oct.  26 

Oct.  30 

5 

5.8.0 

25 

8.4 

1.  6.  7 

Ensign  John  Mott 

<1        14 

>i    11 

5 

5.8.0 

25 

15.0 

1.13.  3 

Sergt.  Merithew 

11        II 

tl    11 

5 

2.8.0 

25 

8.4 

16.  4 

"       Herrick 

((        1  ( 

It     It 

5 

2.8.0 

25 

8.4 

16.  4 

Corpl.  Nathl.  Shelden 

<l         <l 

(1     11 

5 

2.4.0 

25 

8.4 

15.  6 

Caleb  Howlen 

It         (( 

11    It 

5 

2.0.0 

25 

8.4 

15.  0 

Isaac  Gaige 

(1        <( 

tl    11 

5 

2.0.0 

25 

8.4 

15.  0 

6.18.  0 

0.  6.  8 

^7.  4.  8 

;^21.14.10 

Danby,    May   29,   1781.     Each  of  the  within   Pay    Rolls    are 
justly  and  truly  made. 


Test. 


Thomas  Rowlee,  Jr.,  Lt.  of  said  Company. 


244 


STATE  OF  VERMONT 


Sworn  to  before  me  the  day  and  date  above. 

Thos.  Rowlee,  Justice  ofTeace. 

Pay  Table  Office,    May    30,    1781.     The  within  pay  rolls  are 

examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to 

pay  the  same,  being  twenty-one  pounds  fourteen  shillings  ten  pence. 

Thomas  Chittenden,  )  ^  ■  . 

rr>-         TD  i-  Commirtee. 

Timo.  Brownson,         ) 

Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  within 
pay  roll,  in  behalf  of  Capt.  W™  Gage. 

^21.14.10  Stephen  Calkins. 


[157] 


[Capf.  Daniel  Comstock's  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  the  First  Company  in  the  Sixth  Regiment  in 
the  State  of  Vermont  for  service  in  Alarms  in  the  month  of  Oct.^ 
1780. 


Names 

Days 

Per 
Day 

Amount 

Milage 

Total 

Capt.  Dan  Comstock 

20 

6.8 

6.13. 

4 

2.  5.0 

8.18.  4 

Lt.  Eli.  Brownson 

21 

4.3 

4.  9. 

3 

1.  2.0 

5.11.   9 

En.  Saml.  Hoit 

12 

4.3 

2.11. 

0 

1.10.0 

4.   1.   0 

Serg*.  Saml.  Bradley 

20 

1.7. 

1.11. 

8 

2.   5. 

3.16.   8 

Robert  Averill 

5 

1.7 

7.11 

15. 

1.   2.11 

Clk  Jona.  Hoit 

7 

1.7 

11. 

1 

1.10. 

1.   6.   1 

Corp.  Judah  Everts 

12 

1.5>^ 

17. 

6 

15. 

2.   7.    6 

"     Benj.  Scranton 

23 

1.5>^ 

1.13. 

6 

15. 

2.   8.   6 

"     Joel  Brownson 

23 

1.53^ 

1.13. 

6 

1.10.0 

2.   8.   6 

"     Elisha  Bartlett 

12 

l.bYz 

17. 

6 

15. 

2.   7.    6 

Fifer  Eber  Bradley 

23 

1.5^4 

1.13. 

6 

15. 

2.   8.   6 

Drm""  Elon  Lee 

23 

1.5}^ 

1.13. 

6 

2.   5. 

2.   8.   6 

Jos.  Averill 

■  20 

1.4 

1.   6. 

8 

2.   5. 

3.11.   8 

Wyman  Averill 

20 

1.4 

1.   6. 

8 

1.10. 

3.11.   8 

Daniel  Barber 

12 

1.4 

16. 

15. 

2.   6 

Zenas  Bradley 

27 

1.4 

1.16. 

2.   5. 

2.11.   0 

Benj.  Bradley 

20 

1.4 

1.   6. 

8 

15. 

3.11.   8 

Saml.  Barrett 

9 

1.4 

0.12. 

15. 

1.   7.   0 

Seymour  Bradley 

27 

1.4 

1.16. 

15. 

2.11.   0 

Fisk  Bartlett 

5 

1.4 

6. 

8 

15. 

1.   1.   8 

Ichabod  Bartlett 

5 

1.4 

6. 

8 

2.   5. 

1.   1.   8 

Amos  Chipman 

20 

1.4 

1.   6. 

8 

15. 

3.11.   8 

Barnabas  Chipman 

27 

1.4 

1. 

16 

1.10. 

2.11.   0 

James  Everts 

14 

1.4 

18. 

8 

15. 

2.   8.   8- 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


245 


Names 

Days 

27 

Per 
Day 

Amount 

Milage 

Total 

Charles  Everts 

1.4 

1.16. 

15. 

2.11.   0 

Edward  Everts 

0 

1.4 

6. 

8 

1.10. 

1.   1.   8 

Matthew  Lewis 

12 

1.4 

16. 

15. 

2.  6.  0 

Reuben  Lee 

27 

1.4 

1.16. 

15. 

2.11.  0 

Benj.  Lewis 

12 

1.4 

16. 

1.10. 

2.   6.   0 

Robert  Lazell 

27 

1.4 

1.16. 

15. 

2.11.   0 

Benj.  GriflSs 

12 

1.4 

16. 

1.10. 

2.   6.  0 

Danl.  Meigs 

7 

1.4 

9. 

4 

15. 

1.  4.  4 

John  Taylor 

23 

1.4 

1.10. 

8 

15. 

2.   5.   8 

Jesse  Welden 

7 

1.4 

9. 

4 

15. 

1.   4.  4 

Joseph  Whitford 

50 

1.4 

6. 

8 

15. 

1.   1.   8 

John  Wellman 

20 

1.4 

1.   6. 

8 

2.15. 

3.11.  8 

Reuben  Parks 

4 

1.4 

5. 

4 

15. 

1.  0.   4 

;^95.11.      1 

May  30,  1781.  Eli  Brownson,  Lt. 

This  Pay  Roll  sworn  to  before  me.     Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 


Pay  Table  Office,  May  30,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  is  exam- 
ined and  accepted  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same, 
being  ninety-five  pounds  eleven  shillings  and  one  penny. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  Committee. 
Timo.  Brownson, 


Reed.  May  30,  1781,  ninety-five  pounds  eleven  shillings  and 
one  penny,  being  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 


^95.11.1 


Eli  Brownson.  Lt. 


246 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[239]  [Capt   Jonas  Galusha's  Conipany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  in  Capt.  Jonas  Galusha's  Company  in  Col,  Herrick's 
Regt.  for  service  done  in  the  alarm  in  Oct.,  1780. 


Names 


Capt.  Jonas  Galusha 

Lt.  Gideon  Segers 
"    Nathan  Stone 

En.  Joseph  Andrus 

Sergt.  Isaac  Spencer 
"       David  Matteson 
"       Judah  Worden 
"       Peleg  Matteson 

Corpl.  Ebene.  West 

Ezra  Sweet  [Swet] 

John  Kingsley 

Richard  Colvin 

Abiather  Buck 

John  Buck 

Ebene.  Harris 

Benj.  Oatman 

Danl.  Smith 

Peter  Matteson 

Saml.  Matteson,  Jr. 

Giles  Olin 

Amos  Galusha 

Benejah  Matteson 

W"  Sweet 

David  Done 

John  Neeholds 

Squire  Herriiigton 

John  Olin 

Parker  Cole 

Eben^  Wright 

Edw"^  F'  Simmons 

Benj.  Morgan  [Mongan?] 

Amos  Waters 

Josias  Briggs 

W™  Spencer 

Leml.  Bottum 

Joshua  Reynolds 

Rufus  Spencer 


Days 

in 
service 


No.  of 

miles 

travel 


18 

110 

14 

55 

14 

55 

18 

110 

14 

110 

14 

110 

14 

110 

14 

110 

12 

55 

8 

55 

10 

55 

14 

56 

10 

55 

12 

110 

14 

110 

8 

55 

8 

56 

14 

110 

10 

55 

10 

66 

14 

110 

14 

110 

10 

55 

14 

110 

14 

110 

10 

55 

12 

110 

10 

55 

10 

55 

10 

55 

12 

110 

10 

55 

8 

55 

10 

55 

14 

110 

8 

55 

10 

55 

Officers' 
Rations 


1.  4.  0 

0.  9.  4 

0.  9.  4 

1.  2.  0 


Total 


7.16.  8 
3.18.10 
3.18.10 
5.14.  2 
2.18.10 
2.18.10 
2.18.10 
2.18.10 
1.   5.10 

,10.   0 

,11. 

,17. 

,11. 

12. 
2.15. 
1.  9. 
1.  9. 
2.15. 
1.11. 
1.11. 
2.15. 
2.15. 
1.11. 
2.15. 
2.15. 
1.11. 
2.12. 


1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 

2. 


1. 
1. 
1. 
2. 
1. 
1. 


11. 
11. 
11. 
12. 
11. 
9. 


1.11. 
2.15. 
1.  9. 
1.11. 


8 

0 

8 

8 

4 

0 

0 

4 

8 

8 

4 

4 

8 

4 

4 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

0 

8 

4 

0 

8 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


247 


Names 

Days 

in 

service 

No.  of 

miles 

travel 

Officers' 
Rations 

Total 

David  Daily 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

Isaac  Andrus,  Jr. 

14 

110 

2.14.  4 

Ebene.  Dvvinal 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

Theoph.  Herring-ton 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

John  Hammon 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

John  Rapnor  (?) 

10 

55 

1.11.  8 

Henry  Matteson 

8 

55 

1.   9.  0 

Jones  [Janes]  Nichols 

8 

55 

1.   9.  0 

Abel  Johnson 

8 

55 

1.   9.  0 

Clerk  Burlingame 

8 

55 

1.   9.  0 

John  Soencer 

8 

55 

1.   9.  0 

Benj.  Wells 

8 

55 

1.   9.   0 

Hezekiah  Carpenter 

8 

55 

1.   9.  0 

Aaron  Martin 

8 

55 

1.   9.   0 

Asa  Baker 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

Wm.  Havens 

10 

55 

1.11.   8 

Caleb  Kehenn 

16 

110 

2.17.  0 

Jas.  Herrington 

2 

110 

2.12.  8 

^121.   6.18 

I  do  certify  the  within  roll  to  be  a  true  roll,  to  the  best  of  my 
knowledge.  Jonas  Galusha,  Capt. 


Sworn  before  me. 


Thos.   Chittenden. 


Pay  Table  Office,  8th  June,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  Jonas  G'alusha,  which  is  one  hundred  and  twenty-one  pounds 
six  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden  )  ^^^,, 
Timo.  Brownson   f 


Date  above, 

^121.6.8 


received  of  the  Treasurer  the  full  of  the  above. 
Per  me  Jonas  Galusha,  Capt. 


248 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[367] 


[Capt.  Jonas  Gahishd's  Company  {part)'] 


This  may  certify  that  the  following:  persons  were  in  actual 
service  as  follows,  in  the  Alarm  in  Oct.  1780,  for  which  they  have 
received  no  pay. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Alexander  Huling 
Barnet  West 
John  Snow 
Reuben  Ellis,  Jr. 

9 
10 
10 
10 

110 
55 
55 
55 

2.  8.8 
1.11.8 
1.11.8 
1.11.8 

£7.   3.8 

Jonas  Galusha,  Capt. 


Arlington,  June  8,  1778.  The  above  account  examined  and 
approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  it  being- 
seven  pounds  three  shillings  and  eight  pence. 
^7.3.3.  Isaac  Tichenor, 

Timo.  Brownson, 


J 


Committee. 


Bennington,    Feb.    1,    1782. 
contents  of  the  within  order. 


Reed,     of    the    Treasurer    the 
Jonas  Galusha. 


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[374]  [^Capt.   Isaac  Clark's  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  for  Capt.  Isaac  Clark's  Company  of  Volunteers  that 
turned  out  for  a  month  in  October,  1780. 


Names 

Pay  and 
rations 
per  day 

Days 

in 
service 

Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Capt.  Isaac  Clark 

0.   4. 

3 

34 

Lt.  Nathl.  Smith 

4. 

3 

26 

8 

2.8 

5.   4.   8 

Lt.  Israel  Hurlburt 

7 

26 

15 

5.0 

5.15.   6 

Ser^t.  Elkanah  Ashley 
"'      Alpheus  Hall 

7 
7 

26 
26 

18 
14 

6.0 
4.8 

2.  7.  0 
2.   5.   8 

"       Timothy  Moss 

7 

24 

12 

4.0 

2.   5.   0 

"       Reuben  Pitcher 

5 

26 

12 

4.0 

2.   1.10 

Corpl.  Salmon  Cogsell 
"       Silas  Brookings 

5 
5 

26 
26 

13 
19 

4.4 
6.4 

2.  3.  9 
2.  0.  0 

"       John  Mosely 
"       Daniel  Gray 

5 

4 

26 
26 

19 
14 

6.4 
4.8 

2.  0.  0 
2.  0.  0 

Perist  [?]  Sturdevant 

4 

26 

13 

4.4 

1.17.  4 

Ephraim  Buel 

4 

26 

14 

4.8 

1.17.   8 

Amasiah  Church 

4 

26 

9 

3.0 

1.16.  0 

Hicok 

4 

26 

1 

0.4 

1.13    4 

«              How 

4 

26 

18 

6.0 

1.19.   0 

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4 

26 

8 

2.8 

1.15.   8 

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4 

26 

12 

4.0 

1.17.  0 

.^"^  cS          Hooker 

4 

26 

19 

6.4 

1.19.   4 

O  "^  '^      sa  Lake 

4 

26 

2 

0.8 

1.13.   8 

'    '            seph  Lee 

4 

26 

14 

4.8 

1.17.   8 

Joseph  Hawkins 

4 

26 

14 

4.8 

1.17.  8 

Silas  Churchill 

4 

26 

12 

4.0 

1.17.  0 

Gershom  Molton 

4 

26 

15 

5.0 

1.18.  0 

Azarial  Blanchard 

4 

26 

15 

5.0 

1.18.   0 

Benjamin  Hecok 

4 

26 

14 

4.8 

1.17.   8 

Gershom  Lake 

4 

26 

14 

4.8 

1.17.  8 

John  Boge 
David  Gilmore 

4 
4 

24 
26 

3 
3 

1.0 
1.0 

1.14.  0 
1.14.   0 

John  Churchill 

4 

26 

8 

2.8 

1.15.   8 

Barnard  Ward 

4 

26 

18 

6.0 

1.19.   0 

Elijah  Goodwin 

4 

26 

•  16 

5.4 

1.18.   4 

Elisha  Owen 

4 

26 

8 

2.8 

1.15.   8 

James  Guthrie 

4 

26 

18 

6.0 

1.19.   0 

Abiather  Esquires 

4 

24 

12 

4.0 

1.17.   0 

Gideon  Searles 

4 

24 

12 

4.0 

1.17.   0 

Gilbord  Soper 

4 

26 

18 

6.0 

1.19.   0 

;^78.18.  4 

Attest, 


Isaac  Clark,  Capt. 


252 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office.  Sunderland,  Aug' 18,  1783.  The  within  roll 
being  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of  the 
same  to  Thomas  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of 
seventy-eight  pounds  eighteen  shillings, and  4:'^,  lawful  money,  tak- 
ing his  receipt.  Timo.  Brownson, 

Saml.  Bartlet, 


iCo 


mmittee. 


Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  tHe  above  order. 
Aug.  18,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


[118] 


l^Capt   Daniel  Sniitli  s  Company  (?)   i^partW 


At  Castleton 

Names 

Days 

Miles 

Wages 
per  day 

Sum  of 
wages 

Sum  of 
milage 

Total 

Andrew  Barton 

19 

81 

1.4 

1.5.4 

1.3.0 

2.12.4 

Elisha  Risdon 

.   2 

18 

1.4 

2.8 

6.0 

8.4 

Saml.  Piney 

2 

18 

1.4 

2.8 

6.0 

8.4 

Daniel  Eeed 

2 

18 

1.4 

2.8 

6.0 

8.4 

Elisha  Risdon 

6 

60 

1.4 

8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

Ebenezer  Mobs 

6 

60 

1.4 

8.0 

1.0.0 

1.  8.0 

;^6.14.4 

I  do  certify  upon  honor  that  the  above  named  persons  were 
in  service  in  the  alarm  in  1780,  as  above  specified,  for  which  they 
have  never  been  made  up  in  any  roll  or  received  any  pay. 

Danl.  Smith,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Aug.  2^,  1781.  The  within  account  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  Daniel  Smith  or  bearer,  being  six  pounds  fourteen  shillings 
and  four  pence,  lawful  money.  John  Fassett,  j  p 

Timothy  Brownson,  (  ^°™- 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order. 
^6.14.4  Danl.  Smith,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


253 


[319] 


\Capt.    William  Dyres  Company] 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  William  Dyre's  Company  in  the  service  of 
the  State  of  Vermont,  from  Oct.  13th.  to  the  6th.  day  of  Nov.  1780, 
both  days  included. 


Names 


Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of  pay 


Oct.  12 


William  Dyre,  Capt. 

Gideon  Spencer,  Lt. 

Solomon  Saflford,  En. 

Moses  Hurd,    Sergt. 

Simeon  Prentice,  do. 

Jedediah  Durfee,  do. 

Moses  Ellis,     Corpl. 

Stephen  Holmes,  do. 

James  Bates,         do, 

Daniel  Hawlet 

Stephen  Fuller,  Fifer 

Saml.  Matteson 

Levi  Buck 

Solomon  Fuller 

Walter  Bates 

Nathan  Sherman 

John  Weeks 

Silas  Walbridge 

Joseph  Norton 

Erastus  Hatheway 

Thos.  Buck 

Joab  Lawrence 

Phineas  Meiggs 

Daniel  Smith 

James  Burnit 

John  Bradford 

Thos.  Starkweather 

Saml.  Harvey 

Gale  Ferman 

Saml.  Chapins 

John  Holmes 

Francis  Storey 

Benja.  Lamb 

Jonas  Safford 

Chester  Derby 

Francis  Matteson 

George  Brighs 

Phineas  Ward  0.16.8  allowed 

Nathan  Ford 

Job  Spink 

Isaac  Mathews 


Milage 

Expira- 

Days 

Pay 
per  day 

allowed  by 

tion 

m 

Amount 

Act    of 

of  pay 

service 

Assembly 

• 

60  m  each 

Nov.  6 

25 

5/4 

6.13.4 

0.20.0 

3/7 

4.  9.7 

20. 

3/7 

4.  9.7 

20. 

1/7 

1.19.7 
1.19.7 
1.19.7 

20. 
20. 

20. 

,     1/5 

1.15.5 
1.15.5 
1.15.5 
1.15.5 
1.15.5 

20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 

1/4 

1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 

20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 

19 

1.13.4 

20. 

25 

1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 

20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 

by  His 

Exy  for 

milage 

1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 

20. 
20. 
20. 

' 

1.13.4 

20. 

254 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 


John  Huling 
Stephen  Tracy 
Jesse  Parsons 
David  Fay 
John  Davis 


Capt.  Dyre's  subsistence 
Lt.  Spencer's        D°  ( 

En.  Saffords         D"  ( 


Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of  pay 


Expira- 
tion 
of  pay 


Days 

in 
service 


1/4  per  day 

/8     •«     «' 
/8     "     " 


Pay 

per  day 


Amount 


1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 
1.13.4 


Total  amt.  pay  &  subsistence 

Milage  included, 
Attest, 


;^88 

7.0 

1 

13.4 

16.8 

16.8 

£9[A3.8 

46 

0.0 

Milage 
allowed  by 

Act  of 
Assembly 
60  m  each 


20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 
20. 


^137.13.8 
Wm.  Dyre,  Capt. 


Amount  pay  and  subsistence 

Milage  for  46  men  at  14/  each  the  whole  20/  ) 
being  not  allowed  by  reason  of  their  being  >■ 
partly  subsisted  on  the  State's  cost,  ) 


Total  amt.  right 


^91.13.8 
32.  4.0 

;^^123.17.8 

Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  roll  being  examined  and  ap- 
proved, the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Thos. 
Tolman  Esq.  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of  one  hundred  and  twen- 
ty-three pounds,  seventeen  shillings  and  eight  pence,  or  other  cur- 
rent money  equivalent — he  the  said  paymaster  to  be  accountable. 
Given  at  Arlington,  June  7,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  ) 
Timo.  Brownson,   j 


Com^ 


March  20,  1782. 


Reed,  the  above  in  full. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paym"" 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS  255 

[230]  [Major  Gideon  Ormsby's  Service] 

Manchester,  20th  March,  1781. 
State  of  Vermont    Dr.   to   rae  for  service  done  in  the 

alarms  of  October  last.  £^  7.  0.0 

Entered  service  the  11th  of  October  and  continued  in 

service  21  days. 
Travel  80  miles  at  /4  per  mile  1.   7.4 

Sixty-three  Extra  Rations  at  /8  per  ration  2.  2.0 


Gideon  Ormsby,  Major.  ^  10.9.4 

Pay  Table  Office.  2  June,  1781.     The  Treasurer  is  directed  to 

pay   to  Maj.    Gideon    Ormsby    the   above   account,    which  is  ten 

pounds  nine  shillings  and  four  pence  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  |  ^  ... 

T  1       T:r        ,^         '  h  Committee. 
John  Fassett,  ) 

Date  above,  reed,  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 
^10.9.4  Gideon  Ormsby,  Major. 


256 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[354]  \_Capt.  Joseph  Parkhursfs  Company\ 

A  Pay   Roll  of  Capt.  Joseph  Parkhurst's  Company  of  Militia 
for  service  in  the  alarm  in  Royalton,  Oct.  16,  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Pr.  day 

Total 

Capt.  Jos.  Parkhurst 

3 

6.8 

1.  0.0 

Lt.  Elis  Stevens 

3 

4.3 

12.9 

Sergt.  Jo'  Edson 

3 

1.7 

4.9 

"       John  Billins 

3 

1.7 

4.9 

"      Isaac  Pinney 

3 

1.7 

4.9 

Corp.  Heman  Durkee 

3 

1.6 

4.6 

"     Phineas  Parkhurst 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Joseph  Green 

3 

1.4 

•4.0 

Oliver  Pinney 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Timothy  Hibbard 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Ralph  Day 

3 

1.4 

4.0- 

Robert  Handy  [Hand?] 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Elisha  Hart 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Daniel  Haven 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

John  Evans 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Medad  Benton 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Joseph  Wallon 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Rufus  Rude 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Nathl.   Moss 

3 

1.4 

4.  a 

Nathan  Morgan 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Stephen  Burrus 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Zebulon   Burrus 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Samuel  Joslin 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

Jer^  Triscut 

3 

1.4 

4.0' 

Comfort  Sever 

3 

1.4 

2.8 
;^6.    6.2 

Jos.   Parkhurst,  Captain. 
Attest,  Comfort  Sever. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  20*^^  Feb.  1782.  The  within 
Pay  Roll  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to 
pay  unto  Capt.  Joseph  Parkhurst,  or  order,  the  sum  of  six  pounds 
six  shillings  and  two  pence,  for  services  done  by  the  militia,  1780. 

Nathl.  Brush.       )  ^^^,, 
Isaac   lichenor,  \ 

Bennington,  Feb.  21,  1782.     Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  con- 
tents of  the  above  order,  being  six  pounds  six   shillings  and   two 
pence,  lawful  money,  in  behalf  of  Capt  Joseph  Parkhurst. 
^6.6.2  Comfort  Sever. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


257 


[220] 


[^Capt.    Timothy  Bush's  Company'] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Timothy  Bush's  Company  under  the  di- 
rection of  Col.  Peter  Olcott  at  the  time  the  enemy  came  to  Royal- 
ton,  Oct.  16,  1780. 


Names 


Corpl. 


Capt.  Timothy  Bush 
Lt.- James  Smalley 
Lt.  John  Hopson 
En,  Elisha  Partridge 

"    John  Eogers 
The  Rev.  Mr.  Lyman 

Potter 
Adjt.  Cushman 
Sergt.  Seavei 
Hatch 

' '       Boardman 

"       Hovey 

Hutchinson 

Burton 

Burnap 

"       Waterman 

"       Brownson 

"       Hait 
Drum'Baldwin 
Joseph  Smalley 
John  Hibard 
William  Blake 
Asahel  Murdock 
Constant  Miirdock 
Nathl.  Hovey 
Becket  Chapman 
John  Richard 
Amos  Starkweather 
Joel  Benton 
Philip  Smith 
Isaac  Partridge 
Israel  Newton 
Nathl.  Boardman 
Gershom  Bartlet 
Elliot  Bartlet 
Jona.  Bartlet 
Francis  Smalley 
Elijah  Yeomans 
Joel  Jones 
Ichabod  Carly 
Abel  Curtis 
Joseph  Loveland 
John  Sargeant 
Simeon  Carpenter 
Saml.  Curtis 


Com- 
menced 


Oct.  16 


Days 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

O 
tj 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


Wages 
due 


0.16.0 
10.9 
10.9 
10.9 
10.9 

16.9 
10.9 
4.9 
4.9 
4.9 
4.9 
4.9 
4.5 
4.5 
4 
4, 
4. 
4 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 

4! 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 
4. 


Miles 


40 
40 
40 
40 
40 

40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 


Per 

mile 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


Amt. 
travel 


13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4. 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 

13.4 


Total 


9.4 
4.1 
4.1 
4.1 
4.1 


1.  9.4 
1.  9.1 
18.1 
17.1 
18.1 
18.1 
18.1 
17.9 
17.9 
17.9 
17.9 
17.9 
17.9 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17. 
17. 
17. 
17. 


.4 
.4 
.4 
.4 


17.4 

17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 


[17] 


258 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names                 ^^ 

om- 
mced 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 

Per 

mile 

Amt. 
travel 

13.4 

Total 

Solomon  Curtis                   0( 

3t.l6 

3 

0.  4.0 

40 

4 

0.17.4 

John  Wris:ht                          ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Jonas  Richards                       ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Joel  Stimson                          ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Saml.  Partridge                     ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Hez.  Goodrich                        ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Nathl.  Mease  ngrer                  ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Josiah  Goodrich,  Jr.             ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Elisha  Waterman                   ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Daniel  Waterman,  Jr,          ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Levi  Waterman                      ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Dole  Johnson                          ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

James  Waterman                   ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Samuel  Waterman                ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Elisha  Freeman                      ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

John  Bush                               ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Elijah  Burnap 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Jeremiah  Percivel                 ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Job  Morse                                ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Seth  Morse                              ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Judah  Swift                             ' 

8 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Joseph  Swift                           ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Daniel  Baldwin 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Ebene.  Brown                        ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Amos  Ames                              ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Elihu  Baxter 

ii 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

William  Burnham                  ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Jonathan  Lord                       ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

David  Lord                             ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Israel  Brown                           ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Elias  Partridge 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Abel  Buel 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Philip  Delano                         ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Abial  Abbott 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Daniel  Waterman                  ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Simon  Stimson                      ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Abel  Stimson                          * 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Moses  Belknap                       ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Joseph  Lewis      ^                   ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Nathl.  Brown                          ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Daniel  Brown                         ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Asa  Huntington                      ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Samuel  Plumley                    ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Asa  Story                                 ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Ben].  Lewis                             ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Asahel  Lewis                          ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Cornelius  Gilbert                  ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Henry  Burton                        ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

John  Burton                           ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Stephen  Percivel                  ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Roswell  Morgan                    ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

Nathl.  Boardman,  Jr.           ' 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

17.4 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


259 


Names 


Josiah  Goodrich 
Exper"  Freeman 
John  Hatch 
Ebene.  Percivel 
William  Bolles  [Bowls?] 
Bos-well  Olcott 
Saml.  Bartlet 
Joseph  Hatch 
Solomon  White 
Ashbel  Tucker 
Saml.  Brown 
John  Brown 
Joseph  Ball 
Gersham  Bartlet  Jr. 
Josiah  Hobard 
David  Belknap 
Sylvanus  Owen 
John  Shafter  [Slafter] 


Com- 
menced 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 
40 

Per 

mile 

Amt. 
travel 

13.4 

Oct.  16 

3 

0.  4.0 

4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13  4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

3 

4. 

40 

4 

13.4 

Total 


0.17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 
17.4 


17. 

17. 

17. 

17. 

17. 

17. 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 


.4 
.4 

,4 
.4 
.4 
.4 


27  Kations        ;^0.18.0 


Total ;^101.  3.4 


A  true  roll. 


Attest, 


Timo.  Bush,  Capt. 


Windsor  County,  Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

Sworn  before  John  Fassett,  Asst. 


)  The  within  Pay  Roll  examined   and 

)  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 


State   of    Vermont. 
Pay  Table  Office, 
pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Timothy  Bush  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of 
one  hundred  and  one  pounds  three  shillings  and  four  pence,  law- 
ful money. 

Given  at  Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  r^^^^:^.^^ 
John  Fassett,  \  Committee. 

June  14,  1781.     Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,   Treasurer,  one  hundred 
and  one  pounds  three  shillings  and  four  pence  for  Capt.  T.  Bush. 
_^101.3.4:  Elisha  Burton 


260 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[218] 


SjOapt.   John  Marcfs  Compan)'\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Marcy's  Company  in  Maj.  Benj. 
Wait's  Detachment  that  marched  in  the  alarm  when  the  Indians 
came  to  Rovalton. 

Windsor,  Oct.  16,  1780. 


Names 


Capt.  John  Marcy 
Lt.  Elnathan  Strong 
"   Eben''  Hoisington 
Sergt.  John  Mercy 

"       Samuel  Patrick 
Drum''  Samuel  Mercy 
Joel  Butler 
Joseph  Thompson 
Hezekiah  Thompson 
John  Kingsley 
Matthew  Hammont 
Jona.   Hammont 
Solomon  Burke 
Moses  Morse 
Elisha  Halley 
John  Benjamin 
Watts  [Wales?]  Hubbard,  Jr. 
Josiah  Hawley 
John  Curtis 
Williard  Dean 
Thomas  Wilson 
Saml.  Mefiser 
Zebina  Curtis 
Jona.  Hodgeman 
Orange  Hoisington 
Caleb  Stone 
Eoswell  Smith 
Peter  Currier 
Eldad  Hubbard 
Joseph  Patterson 


Com- 

Per 

day 

When 

menc- 
eing 

Oct,  16 

Days 

dis- 
charged 

8 

5.4 

Oct.  24 

c«           e  c 

8 

3.7 

((          It 

8 

3.7 

k  (          1  ( 

8 

1.7 

((          (( 

8 

1.7 

"      21 

3 

1.6  . 

ti         (t 

8 

1.4 

((         <1 

8 

1.4 

1  (                !• 

3 

1.4 

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Total 


114 
114 
114 
114 
114 

30 
114 
114 

30 
114 

36 
114 

30 
114 
114 
114  I 

35  I 

30 
114 

60 

4 

114 

114 

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30 

20 

96 

30 

20 
114 


4.  0.  & 
3.  6.  8 
3.  6.  8 
2.  0.  8 
2.  0.  8 
0.14.  6 
2.  8.  8 
2.  8.  8 
2.14.  0 
2.  8.  8 

1.  0.,8 

2.  8.  8 
0.14.  0 
2.  8.  8 
2.  8.  8 
2.  8.  8 
0.15.  8 
0.12.  8 
2.  8.  8 

1.  5.  4 
0.19.  8 

2.  8.  8 
2.  8.  8 
2.  0.  0 

15.  8 

7.  8 

2.  0.  0 

12.  8 

7.  8 

2.  8.  8 


£m.   8.10 


Test,         John  Mercey,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved, 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  John  Mercey 
or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  fifty-four  pounds  eight  shillings  and 
ten  pence,  lawful  money. 

Given  at  Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  ^  _^:4.4.^^ 
,  ,  „  . .  'V  Committee 
John  Fassett,  [ 

Bennington,  22<^  June,  1781.  Received  the  contents  of  the 
within  pay  roll.  Per  me         John  Mercey,  Capt. 

p^55.8.10. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


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REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


263 


[353,  see  next  roil]       ,  \Capt.  Joshua  Hazen's  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Joshua  Hazen's  Company  that  turned  out 

by  the  order  of  Col.  Joseph  Safford  to  the  intent  to  head  that  party 

....     the  enemy  that  was  supposed  was  going-  to  Coos  on  their 

return  in  October   last,   A.   D.   1780.     Our   march  was   as  far  as 

Bethel. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Joshua  Hazen 

3 

30 

1.   6.  0 

Lt.  William  Bramble 

3 

30 

1.   2.  0 

Sergt.  David  Wright 

3 

30 

0.14.10 

Corpl.  John  Gillet 

3 

30 

0.14.   5 

"       Hezekiah  Hazen 

3 

30 

0.14.  .5 

Solomon  Hazen 

3 

30 

14. 

Erastus  Chapman 

3 

30 

14. 

Joseph  Chapman 

3 

30 

14. 

Jona.  Wright 

3 

30 

14. 

Barnabas  Tisdale 

3 

30 

14. 

Josiah  Tilden 

3 

30 

14. 

James  Tracy 

3 

30 

14. 

Seth  Savage 

3 

30 

14. 

John  Cheny 

3 

30 

14. 

Enoch  Emerson 

3 

30 

14. 

;^12.11.      S 

The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  twelve  pounds  eleven 
shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Timo.  Brownson,  )  ^^^ee 
John  Fassett,  f 

June  23,  1781.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 

;^12.11.8.  Elkanah  Sprague. 


264 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[105,  see,  last  roll]       [^Capt.  Jos/ma  Hazens  Company  {part)'\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  the  Men  that  was  out  in  the  Royalton  Alarm 
last  October,  who  throug^h  mistake,  were  left  out  of  the  Roll  that 
I  sent  in  at  the  session  of  June  last.  Hartford,  Oct.  9,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

P--    day 

Wages 
due 

Miles 

Total 

Samuel  Webster 

3 

1.4 

4 

3t 

15.4 

W™    Powers 

3 

1.4 

4 

34 

15.4 

Christopher  Pease 

3 

1.4 

4 

34 

15.4 

EiJsha  Marsh 

3 

1.4 

4 

34 

15.4 

Benj.  Stetson 

3 

1.4 

4  • 

34 

15.4 

W™    Porter 

3 

1.4 

4 

34 

15.4 

Benj.  Burch 

3 

1.4 

4 

34 

15.4 

W™    Curtis 

3 

1.4 

4 

34 

15.4 

Benj.  Kingsbury 

3 

1.4 

4 

34 

15.4 
^6.18.0 

Joshua  Hazen,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  34,  1781.  The  within  Pay  Roll  exam- 
ined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  to 
Joshua  Hazen  or  bearer  the  within  sum.  being  six  pounds  eighteen 
shillings,  lawful  money. 

Timo.  Brownson,  ) 

Thos.  Chandler,     V  Comm«^ 

John  Strong,  ) 

Date  above,  received  the  contents  of  the  above  order  of  the 
Treasurer. 

^6.18.0  Elk""    Sprague. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


265 


[170]  \Capt.  Daniel  Gilbert's  Company\ 

A    Pay    Roll   for  a  company   under  the  command  of    Daniel 
Gilbert,  Capt. 


Names 

Days 

Mi 

les 

0 

Shillings 
per  day 

20. 

Total 
due 

Grand 
Total 

Daniel  Gilbert,  Capt. 

4 

3 

4.   0.0. 

1.16.   8 

Abel  Fairbanks,  Lt. 

4 

15. 

3.   0.0. 

1.   7.   0 

John  Walbridge,  Serg' 

4 

6. 

1.   4. 

0.16.   4 

Jacob  Foster,          Do. 

4 

/ 
* 

6. 

1.   4. 

0.16.   4 

Zacheus  Downer,  Clk. 

4 

6. 

1.   4. 

0.16.   4 

Simeon  How,  Corpl. 

4 

5.G 

1.   2. 

0.15.10 

Jonathan  How 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Samuel  Ladd 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Larkin  Hunter 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Jason  Downer 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Wright  Spalding 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

John  Crery 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Stephen  March 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Elisha  Kent 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Daniel  Lovejoy 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Ashbel  Ladd 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Peirce  Parkhurst 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Azel  Spalding 

4 

5. 

20. 

0.15.   4 

Joel  Marsh 

4 

5. 

1 

20. 

0.15.   4 

;^16.     2.10 

The  within  pay  roll  is  for  service  done  in  Royalton  Alarm 
the  le*'^  Oct.  1780.  Daniel  Gilbert,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  24,  1781.  The  within  Pay  Roll  exam- 
ined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  to 
Daniel  Gilbert  or  order  the  within  sum,  being  sixteen  pounds  two 
shillings  and  ten  pence,  lawful  money 

Tim°  Brownson,   ^ 

Tho^  Chandler,       [^Com^^ 

John  Strong,  J 

Date  above  rec'd  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
■order  in  behalf  of  Dan'  Gilbert.  Joel  Marsh. 


266 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[322] 


\^MaJor.  Elkanah  Days  Battalion'] 


Muster  Roll  of  the  two  Companies  of  Militia  in  Westminster, 
Officers  and  Soldiers  who  marched  in  the  Alarm,  Oct.  17,  1780,  by 
and  with  me  the  subscriber,  Elkanah  Day  of  said  Westminster. 


Names 


« ( 


Elkanah  Day,  Major 
Michael  Gillson,  Capt. 
William  Crook,  Lt. 
Ephraim  Ranney,  Lt. 
Asa  Averill,  En. 
Bildad  Easton,  Sergt. 
Robt.  Crook, 
Abra™  Shipman, 
David  Heaton, 
John  Abbe, 
Abiel  Goodell, 
John  Wells,  Corpl. 
Expe:  Fish. 
John  Morse,      *' 
Benj.  Burt 
Amos  Carpenter 
Ephraim  Willcox 
John  Holt 
Oliver  Wells 
Joshua  Stoddard 
Joseph  Kern   [Pierse  ?] 
Joseph  Arven 
Eben'  Holton 
Job  Dickerson 
Wait^i  Ranney 
Lemuel  Cone 
Azel  Goodell 
Asaph  Wright 
Edward  Garey 
John  McNeil 
Elijah  Ranney 
Ichabod  Ide 
Azariah  Wright 
Sylvanus  Fisk 
John  Averill 


Days 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
8 
8 
8 


Miles 


30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
100 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
110 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
110 
110 
110 


Per 

mile 


4" 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 


Per  day 


0.6.8 
5.4 
3.8 
3.8 
3.8 
7.1 
7.1 
7. 
7. 


1.7 


5.8 
5.2 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


Total 


1.  3. 

1.  0. 

0.17. 
0.17. 
0.17. 

2.  6. 
0.13. 
0.13. 
0.13. 
0.13. 
0.13. 
0.12. 
2.  8. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
C.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
2.  7. 
2.  7. 
2.  7. 


4 

8 

4 

4 

4 

2 

2>4 

2^ 

2>4 

2>^ 

23^ 
11 

4 
11 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8- 

8 

8 

8 

4 

4 

4 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR  ROLLS 


267 


Names 


Const*  Chaffee 
Lynd  Willard 
Charles  Rice 
Abel  Willard 
Jona.  Buck 
Nathl.  Kittredge 
Otis  Chaffee 
Benj.  Lovejoy 
John  Petty- 
Silas  Burk 
Thos.  Averill 
Jas.  Phippan 
David  Daly 
Azariah  Wright,  Jr. 
Amos  Robinson 
Levi  Peck 
James  Crafford 
Daniel  Badger 
Elijah  Daly 
Abraham  Hawkins 
Uriah  Carpenter 
Saml.  Burk 
Eph™  Griggs 


Days 

Miles 

Per 

mile 

Per  day 

Total 

8 

110 

4d 

1.4 

2.  7.  4 

6 

90 

4 

1.4 

1.18.  0 

6 

90 

4 

1.4 

1.18.  0 

6 

90 

4 

1.4 

1.18-  0 

6 

90 

4 

1.4 

1.18.  0 

3 

44 

4 

1.4 

0.18.  8 

3 

44 

4 

1.4 

0.18.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0  12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

25 

4 

1.4 

0.11.  0 

2 

25 

4 

1.4 

0.11.  0 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

2 

30 

4 

1.4 

0.12.  8 

3 

40 

4 

1.4 

0.17.  4 

3 

40 

4 

1.4 

£ 

0.17.  4 

54.11.  2 

A  true  return  of  officers  and  men  who  marched  in  the  alarm  as 
above  mentioned.  Elkanah  Day,  Maj"" 

Westminster,  3rd  Sept.,  1781. 

Westminster,  Sept.  3^,  1781.  Then  Maj.  Elkanah  Day  person- 
ally appeared  and  made  oath  to  this  pay  roll. 

Coram  Nathan  Fisk,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  6th.  of  Sept.,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  ex- 
amined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Major  Elkanah  Day  or  bearer,  it  being  fifty-four  pounds  eleven 
shillings  and  two  pence.  John  Strong.  )  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,  \ 

Reed.  Arlington,  Sept.  15,  1781,  of  the  Treasurer,  the  contents 
of  the  within  order.  Elkanah  Day,  Major. 

^54.11.2 


268 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[350]  [CapL    Comfort  Starr  s  Compan}-] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Comfort  Starr's  Company  of  Militia  of  the 
Town  of  Guilford,  who  went  out  into  the  service  of  the  State  of 
Vermont,  in  the  alarm  in  the  month  of  Oct..  1780. 


Names 


Comfort  Starr,  Capt. 
Ezra  Pratt,  Ensig-n 
Joseph  Sarter  [?],  Clerk 
Caleb  Carpenter,  Sergt. 
Nich'  Pullen, 
John  Burroughs,  Corpl. 
William  Yaw 
Timo.  Fisher 
Pearly  Starr 
Asarel  Carpenter 
Ezra  Shepardson 
Hez''  Horton,  Jr 
Nathan  Horton 
(Jabez  Franklin 
a.aron  Franklin,  Jr. 
Joshua  Culver 
Saml.  Stafford 
Jared  Shepherdson 
Jona.  Kinsley 
Philip  Franklin,  Jr. 
W"'  Morris 
Jef.  Barney 
Eseck  Thayer 
Seth  Shepherdson 
Ab'"  Jonas 
John  Shepherdson 
John  Barney 
Stephen  Shepherdson 
Edward  Barney 
Jas.  Burroughs 
Peleg  Hicks 


Days 

Per 
day 

2 

0.6.8 

2 

4.3 

2 

1.7 

2 

1.7 

2 

1.5 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

2 

1.4 

Pay  and 

sub- 
sistence 


13.  8 

8.  6 

3.  2 

3.  2 
2.10 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  3 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 


2. 

8 

2. 

8 

2. 

8  ■ 

2. 

8 

2. 

8 

2. 

8 

2. 

8 

2. 

8 

2. 

8 

Miles 

Per 

mile 

Amt. 
travel 

28 

4d 

0.9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

28 

4 

9.4 

Total 


1.  2.  8 
0.17.1U 

12.  6 

12.  6 

12.  2 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12,  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

.     12.  0 

12,  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 

12.  0 


^19.10.   2 


The  within  is  a  true  roll  of  the  services  done  by  my  company. 

Comfort  Starr,  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont.  Sept.  26,  1781.  Then  the  within  pay  roll 
sworn  to  Before  me,  Timothy  Brownson,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  26*\  1781.     The  within   Pay   Roll  examined 

and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Comf6rt 

Starr,  or  bearer,  it  being  nineteen  pounds  ten  shillings  and  two 

pence.  Timo.  Brownson,  \  ^ 

T  ,       o..  r  Committee. 

John  Strong,  \ 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sept.  26,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen'  Esq. 
Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 

^19.10.2.  Comfort  Starr. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


269 


[351] 


\Capt.   Comfort  Starr  s  Company  {part)J 


Pay  Roll  of  a  part  of  Capt.  Comfort  Starr's  Corapanj'  of  the 
town  of  Guilford,  who  marched  in  an  Alarm  about  the  last  of 
October,  1780,  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont. 


Names 

Days 

Per 
day 

Pay  and 

sub- 
sistence 

6.8 

Miles 

Per 

mile 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Comfort  Starr,  Capt. 

6.8 

8 

4" 

2.H 

9.  4 

Ezra  Pratt,  Ensign 

4.8 

4.3 

8 

4 

2.8 

6.11 

Pearly  Starr,    Qotpl. 

1.5 

1.5 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  1 

Jabez  Franklin,  do.^ 

L5 

1.0 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  1 

"Timo.  Fisher 

L4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

Aaron  Franklin,  Jr. 

L4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

John  Barns,  Jr. 

L4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

Darius  Bullock 

L4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

Peleg  Hicks 

1.4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

Stephen  Chase 

1.4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

Asarel  Carpenter 

1.4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

Abner  Starter 

1.4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

Philip  Franklin,  Jr. 

1.4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

Jona.  Culver 

1.4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

David  Culver 

1:4 

1.4 

8 

4 

2.8 

4.  0 

^3.  8.  5 

The  above  is  a  just  and  true  roll. 
Attest. 


Comfort  Starr,  Capt. 


Sept.  26,  1781. 


The  within  Pay  Roll  sworn  to  before  me. 
Timo.  Brownson,  Assistant. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Sept.  26,  1781.     The  within  Pay 

Roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 

the  same  to  Capt.  Comfort  Starr  or  bearer,  it  being  three  pounds 

eight  shillings  and  five  pence. 

Timo.  Brownson,  )  ^ 

T  ,      0^  r  Committee. 

John  Strong  ) 


Treasurer's  Office,  Sept.   26,  1781. 
urer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 


Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treas- 
Comfort  Starr. 


270 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[36] 


[^Capt.  Comfort  Starr's  Company  {party\ 


Roll  of  a  party  of  men  detached  from  Capt.  Comfort  Starr's 
Company  of  Militia  in  the  town  of  Guilford,  in  the  alarm  in  the 
month  of  Oct.  1780. 


Names   Rank 

Days 

Pay  per 
day 

Amt. 

Miles 
travel 

Per 
Mile 

Amt.  of 
travel 

Total 
amt. 

John  Slater,  Sergt. 
Wm.  Marsh 
Jno.  Shepardson 

6 
6 
6 

0.1.7 
0.1.4 
0.1.4 

0.9.6 
0.8.0 
0.8.0 

47 
47 
47 

4d 

4 

4 

0.15.8 
0.15.8 
0.15.8 

1.  5.2 
1.  3.8 
1.  3.8 

;^3.12.6 

The  above  is  a  just  and  true  roll. 

Attest,  Comfort  Starr,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Sept.  26,  1781.  The  within 
pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  same  to  Comfort  Starr  or  bearer  it  being  ;^3.12.6. 

Timo    Brownson,  )  ^      „. 


Jno,  Strong, 


Treasurer's  Office,  Sept  26,  1781. 
urer,  the  contents  of  order. 


Rec'd  of  I.  Allen,  Treas- 
Comfort  Starr. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


271 


[510] 


\_Capt.  Comfort  Starr's  Company  (part)'] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Comfort   Starr's  Company  who  went  in 
the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont  in  the  Month  of  October,  1780. 


Names 

( 

No.  of 
Days 

Wages, 
&c 

No.  of 

miles 

travel 

Four  pence 
per  mile 

Whole 

Stephen  Chase 
Ezra  Shepardson 
Nathan   Horton 

2 
1 

1 

1/4 
1/4 
1/4 

28 
8 
8 

9/4 
2/8 
2/8 

£  S.  D. 

0.12.0 
0    4.0 
0.   4.0 

1.   0.0 

To  the  Gentlemen  Committee  of  the  Pay  Table: 

These  men  were  not  made  up  in  the  Pay  Rolls  that  I  brought 
in  to  the  Pay  Table  in  September  the  26*^  day  1781— the  first 
named  Stephen  Chase  not  in  the  biggest,  the  other  two  left  out  of 
the  next  biggest — these  men  I  entirely  forgot  and  I  must  pay 
the  men  and  lose  the  money,  unless  the  gentlemen  Committee  will 
consider  my  case  and  send  me  the  money  by  the  bearer  hereof  or 
by  some  other  man: — this  from  your  humble  servant, 
Guilford,  October  y«  9'*^  day,  1781.  Comfort  Starr. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Charlestown,  Octo.  25,  1781. 

The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved,  and  the 
Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Comfort  Starr  or  bearer, 
being  one  pound. 

^1.0.0  Timo.  Brownson   )  ^  .^, 

John  Strong  [  Committee 

Treasurers  Office,  Charlestown,  Octo.  27,  1781. 

Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  this  order — reed  in 
behalf  of  Comfort  Starr.  Pr    John  Shepardson. 


272 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[110]  [Capf.   Abner  Bisbees  Detachment] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  the  Men   that  went  on  the  alarm  from  Spring- 
field in  Oct.  1780.  belonging  to  Col.  Wood's  Regiment. 


Wages 

Amt. 

Names 

Days 

per 
mo. 

of 
wages 

Miles 

Travel 

Total 

Abner  Bisbee 

5 

40s. 

0.6.8 

50 

0.16.8 

1.    3.    4 

Jacob  Sartwell 

5 

Q.S 

50 

16.8 

1.   3.   4 

Elisha  Brov^n 

5 

6.8 

50 

16.8 

1.   3.   4 

Orsamus  Holmes 

5 

6.8 

50 

16  8 

1.   3.   4 

Em®  Case 

0 

6.8 

50 

16.8 

1.   3.   4 

Oliver  Sartwell 

5 

6.8 

50 

16.8 

1.   3.   4 

John  Bisbee 

0 

6.8 

50 

16.8 

1.   3.   4 

Simeon  Spencer 

0 

6.8 

50 

16.8 

1.   3.   4 

Thos.  Dumphee 

5 

6.8 

50 

16.8 

1.   3.   4 

1ohn  Hannam 

5 

68 

50 

16.8 

1.   3.   4 

Joseph  Hannock 

5 

6.S 

50 

16.8. 

1.   3.   4 

John  Griswold 

2 

2.8 

20 

6.8 

0.   9.   4 

Thos.  Curlew 

% 

2.8 

20 

6.8 
£ 

0.   9.   4 

13  15.   4 

Charlestown,  Oct.  18. 


me, 


Abner  Bisbe,  Captain. 

Then  the  above  pay  roll  sworn  to  before 
Timo^'  Brownson,  Asst. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Charlestown.  Oct.  18,  1781.     The  above  pay 

roll  is  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 

the  same,  being  thirteen  pounds  fifteen  shillings  and  four  pence. 

Timothy  Brownson,  |  ^ 
T  rn-  u  r  Com. 

Isaac  Tichenor,  ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  Oct.  24,  1781.  Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the 
contents  of  the  within  order,  being  thirteen  pounds  fifteen  shil- 
lings and  four  pence.      Reed,  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Abner  Bisbee. 

Simeon  Spencer. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


273 


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274 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office.      The  within  roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Saml.  Scott 
or  bearer,  being-  the  sum  of  ;^18.10.10  Lawful  money. 
Given  at  Windsor  Ap.  6,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,     |  p_^ee 
Jno.  Fassett,  f  ^°^ 

Treasurer's  Office,  Oct    12,  1781.     Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treas- 
urer,  the  contents  of  this  order.  Samuel  Scott,  Capt. 


[3571 


[C<2//.   yoAn  Powells  Company\ 


Pay   Roll  of    Capt.  John   Powell's  Company  of  Militia  in  the 
alarms  of  Barnard  and  Royalton,  &c,  &c.  [1780] 


Names 


John  Powell,  Capt. 
Elijah  Beman,  Lt. 
Solomon  Calkins,  En. 
Abel  Crandel,  Sergt. 
David  Rich, 
Nathan  Norton,  " 
Elisha  Powell 
Daniel  Oilman 
John  West 
Oliver  Pennock 
Heman  Pennock 
Jonathan  Rowell 
Jona   Luce 
Eber  White 

Isaac  Comings  [Corier] 
Elisha  May 
Zerah  Norton 
Jared  Alger 
Solomon  Root 
W"  Root 
Absalom  Brown 
Heman  Brown 
Jonathan  Rich,  Jr. 
Eliphalet  Bean 
Thomas  Bean 
Samuel  Peters 


2 

9 

14 

10 

11 

4 

2 

6 

3 

7 

4 

2 

10 

10 

3 

5 

10 

6 

7 

5 

10 

4 

4 

3 

10 

3 


Total 


0.10.  8 

16.  0 

17.  4 
15.10 
17.  5 

5.  4 

2.  8 

8.  0 

4.  0 

9.  4 

5.  4 
2.  8 

13.  4 

13.  4 

4.  0 

6.  8 
13.  4 

8.  0 

9.  4 
6.  8 

13.  4 

5.  4 
5.  4 
4.  0 

13.  4 

4.  0 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


275 


Names 


Hezekiah  May 
David  Chamberlin 
Josiah  Brown 
Elias  Chamberlin 
Zenas  Morey 
Saml.  Huggins 
Levi  Root 
Peter  Pennock 
Joshua  Tucker 
Frederick  Smith 
Silas  Alger 
Jona.  Wood,  Jr. 
Joel  Chamberlin 
Jonathan  Wood 
Saml.  Rich 
Jona.  Rich 
Aaron  Pennock 

4  horses  48  miles 
Amount  of  rations 


Total 


16.0 

;^0.18.0 


9.  4 

6.  8 

6.  8 

4.  0 

4.  0 

5.  4 
2.  8 

4.  0 

6.  8 
6.  8 
2.  8 

5.  4 
5.  4 
8.  0 

8.  0 

9.  4 
9.  4 


^18.18.   7 
I      21.  8.  7 


June  23,  1781.     The  within  pay  roll  sworn  to  before  me. 

Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treas- 
urer is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  John  Powell  or  bearer,  it 
being  the  sum  of  twenty-one  pound  eight  shillings  and  seven 
pence.  Timo.  Brownson,  |  ^ 

John  Strong,         [  Committee. 

June  26,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  the  Treasurer,  tlie  con- 
tents of  this  order. 

^21.8.7  John  Rowell. 


276 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[111] 


[Capf.  Elias  Weld's  Compan)'\ 


A   Pay   Roll    of   Capt.    Elias   Weld's    Militia   Company,   who 
marched  to  Royalton  and  Haverhill  in  the  alarm,  Oct.  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Pay  per 
day 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Elias  Weld 

3 

0.5.4 

25 

1.   4.   4 

Jonah  Loomis,  Ensign 

6 

3.7 

75 

2.   6.   6 

Nathl.  Killara,  Serg' 

6 

1.7 

85 

1.17.10 

John  S.  Harvey,  Serg* 

3 

1.7 

35 

0.16.   5 

George   Dennison,  Serg* 

3 

1.7 

35 

0.16.   5 

John  Grow,  Corpl. 

3 

1.6 

35 

0.16.   2 

Timothy  Bannister,  Drm'" 

6 

1.6 

85 

1.17.   4 

Jesse  Bannister,  Fifer 

6 

1.6 

85 

1.17.   4 

Darius  Liscomb,      " 

3 

1.6 

35 

0.16.   2 

George  Back 

e 

1.4 

75 

1.13.  0 

Saml.  Capon 

4 

1.4 

50 

1.   2.   0 

Saml.  Grow 

6 

1.4 

85 

1.16.   4 

Jeremiah  Rust 

3 

1.4 

35 

0.15.   8 

Perez  Antizel 

6 

1.4 

85 

1.16.   4 

Ichabod  Hatch 

3  • 

1.4 

35 

0.15.   8 

Benj.  Munsel 

3 

1.4 

35 

0.15.   8 

Andrew  Luce 

6 

1.4 

75 

1.13.   0 

Timri  Luce 

6 

1.4 

75 

1.13.   0 

Asa  Wright 

3 

L4 

35 

0.15.'  8 

Joory  Luce 

4 

1.4 

50 

1.   2.   0 

Robt.  Morrison 

6 

1.4 

75 

1.13.   0 

John  Laiton 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Timothy  Lull 

6 

1.4 

75 

1.13.   0 

Aaron  Willard 

6 

1.4 

75 

1.13.   0 

Elisha  Gallup 

2 

1.4 

25 

0.11.   0 

Joseph  Marcy 

4 

1.4 

50 

1.   2.   0 

Jona.  Burk 

4 

1.4 

50 

1.   2.   0' 

Eleazer  Bishop 

6 

1.4 

85 

1.16.   4 

Marston  Cabot 

2 

1.4 

25 

0.11.   0 

Willard  Colton 

2 

1.4 

25 

0.11.   0 

Luther  Colton 

2 

1.4 

25 

0.11.   0 

Lot  Hodgeman 

2 

1.4 

25 

0.11.   0 

Thomas  Lawton 

2 

1.4 

25 

0.11.   0 

Joseph  Olmstead 

5 

1.4 

75 

1.11.  a 

Elihu  Smead 

4 

1.4 

50 

1.   2.   0 

W°  Sirames  Ashley 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Nathan  Billings 

6 

1.4 

75 

1.13.  0' 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


277 


Names 

Days 

Pay  per 
day 

Miles 

Total 

Wilder  Willard 

6 

1.4 

75 

1.13.   0 

Eli  Willard 

6 

1.4 

75 

1.13.   0 

Asa  Taylor 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Moses   Webster 

3 

1.4 

35 

0.15.   8 

Zebulo-n  Lee 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Thos.  Richardson 

3 

1:4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Jerem''  Richardson 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Dan  Davison 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Danl.  Sumner 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

W^  Sumner 

3 

1.4 

35 

0.15.   8 

Thos.  Smith 

4 

1.4 

50 

1.   2.   0 

Danl.  Bugbee 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.  4 

John  Dunbar 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.  4 

Ambrose  Grow 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Isaac  Stephens 

2 

1.4 

25 

0.11.  0 

Saml.  Weden 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Phineas  Killam 

3 

1.4 

35 

0.15.   8 

Lezedel  Munsel 

4 

1.4 

35 

0.17.   0 

Noah  Jenne 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

John  Goldsbary 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.  4 

Esta  Russell 

3 

1.4 

50 

1.  0.  8 

Joel  Bishop 

3 

1.4 

50 

1.  0.   8 

Joseph  Gallup 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

Oliver  Willard 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.11.   0 

Thos.  Liscomb 

3 

1.4 

35 

0.15.   8 

Neh''  Liscomb 

3 

1.4 

35 

0.15.   8 

Jos.  Grow,  Jr 

1 

1.4 

8 

0.   4.   0 

Eph'^  Miner 

1 

1.4 

8 

0.   4.   0 

Elisha  Howard 

3 

1.4 

25 

0.12.   4 

- 

^^65.10.10 

Signed  per  me,     Elias  Weld,  Captain. 

June  19,  1781.  The  above  pay  roll  was  examined  and 
approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  above 
sum  of  sixty-five  pounds  ten  shillings  and  ten  pence,  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden,      ) 
Timothy  Brownson,  j 

June  25,  1781. 
Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 
■;^  65.10.10  Paul  Spooner. 


Committee. 


278 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[68] 


\Major  -iBenJamin    Wait'\ 


A  Pay  Abstract  for  Major  Benjamin  Wait  when  he  marched  in 
the  alarm  when  the  Indians  came  to  Royalton  in  October  16*'', 
1781.     [1780?] 


Names 

Com- 
mence- 
ment  of 
pay 

Days 

Pay 
per 
day 

Dis- 
charged 

Amt. 
pay 

Miles 

Pay 

per 
mile 

Amount 

Maj.  Benj.  Wait 

Oct.  16 

8 

0.6.8 

Oct.  24 

2.13.4 

114 

/4i 

4  11.4 

Benj.  Wait,  Maj. 

Pay  Table  Office.     The  within  abstract  examined  and  approved 

and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same    to  Maj.  Benjamin 

Wait  or  bearer,  being'  the  sum  of  four  pounds  eleven  shillings  and 

four  pence  lawful  money.  Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

Thomas  Chittenden,  |  .,  ... 

T   ,       t:,         _  'V  Committee. 

John  Fassett,  ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  June  21st,  1782.     Received  of  the  Treasurer 
the  contents  of  the  above  order.  Benj.  Wait,  Major. 


[509] 


\^Capt.   Willia?fi  UphairCs  Co7npany\ 


Pay   Roll  of  Capt.  William   Upham's  Company  of  Militia  for 
service  done  at  sundry  times — 1780. 


Time 

No.  of  miles 

No. 

Whole 

Name  and  Rank 

when  service 

travel  at 

of 

amount  of 

done 

4''  per  mile 

days 

pay 

£    S.  D. 

William  Upham,  Capt. 

Oct.   17 

67 

8 

3.    5.   0 

Edward  Grannis,  Lieut. 

do 

67 

8 

2.11 

John  White,  Ensg" 

do 

67 

8 

2.11 

Josiah  Hatch,  Clerk 

do 

67 

8 

1.15 

'i'hos    Hutchins,  Sergt. 

do 

67 

8 

1.15 

Henry  Tolles,  private 

do 

67 

8 

1.13 

Ambrose  Cushman   " 

do 

67 

8 

1.13 

Waters  Chilson 

do  ■ 

67 

8 

1.13 

Justus  Dart 

do 

67 

8 

1.13  • 

Josiah  Dart 

do 

67 

8 

1.13 

Asa  Field 

do 

67 

3 

1.13 

John  Bennet 

do 

67 

8 

1.13 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


279 


Time 

No.  of  miles 

No. 

Whole 

Name  aisd  Bank 

when  service 

travel  at 

of 

amount  of 

done 

4''  per  mile 

days 

pay 

;^S.    D. 

Clark  Tolles 

Oct.    17 

67 

8 

1.13 

Abijah  White 

do 

67 

8 

1.13 

Benja.  Towers  [Powers?^ 

do 

67 

8 

1:13 

John  Hatch 

do 

67 

8 

1.13 

Wm^  Dean  [Will?] 

do 

21 

2 

0.   9.   8 

Abbot  Roby 

do 

21 

2 

0.   9.   8 

Caleb  Shaw 

do 

21 

2 

0.   9.   8 

Gideon  Lyman 

do 

21 

2 

0.   9.   8 

Amos  Boyanton 

do 

21 

2 

0.   9.   8 

Joseph  Webb 

do 

21 

2 

0.   9.   8 

Godfrey  Richardson 

do 

21 

2 

0.   9.   8 

John  Spafford 

Nov.     1 

36 

4 

0  17.   4 

Moses  Allen 

do 

36 

4 

0.17.   4 

Eben^  Hatch 

do 

36 

4 

0.17.   4 

William  Upham,  Capt. 

Aug.  15 

30 

2 

1.   0.   8 

Henry  Tolles 

do 

60 

4 

1.   5.   4 

Clark  Tolles 

do 

30 

2 

0.12.   8 

38.18.   4 

W^  upham,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  OfSce.  Charleston,  Octo.  17,  1781. 

The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  appi'oved — and  the  Treas- 
urer is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  being  thirty  eight  pounds  eight- 
een shillings  and  four  pence.         Timo.  Brownson  \  Committee 

Isaac  Tichenor     f       P.  T. 

Treasurer's  Office,  ) 

Charles  Town,   17'^  Oct.,   1781  \ 

Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  ot  the  above  order 
being  thirty  eight  pounds  eighteen  shillings  and' four  pence. 

William  Upham,  Capt. 


280 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[103]  [^Capt.    Warren  Cottle's  Cofnpany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Warren  Cottle's  Company  of  Militia  for 
service  in  the  late  alarm,  with  the  milage.    Woodstock,  Oct.,  1780. 


Com- 

Names 

mence- 
ment 

Days 

Pay 
per  day 

Amt. 
pay 

Miles 
at  4-' 

Total 

of  pay 

Capt.  Warren  Cottle 

Oct.  24 

3 

5.4 

16. 

20 

0.  6.  8 

Lt.  Phin'*  Thomas 

8 

3.7 

8.  8 

20 

6.  8 

En.  D.  W.  Williams 

7 

3.7 

5.   1 

20 

6.  8 

Sergt.  Moses  Sampson 

7 

1.7 

11.  1 

20 

6.  8 

' '       Am^  Powers 

12 

1.7 

19. 

50 

16.  8 

**       Daniel  Badcock 

5 

1.7 

7.11 

4 

1.  4 

"       Eph"'  Eddy 

3 

1.7 

4.  9 

20 

6.  8 

Corpl.  Anz.  Slayton 

5 

1.6 

7.  6 

6 

2. 

"       Consider  Fuller 

3 

1.6 

4.  6 

2 

0.  8 

James  Emerson 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

40 

13.  4 

Josiah  Hurlbut 

3 

1.4 

4.  0 

20 

6.  8 

Thos.  Powers 

3 

1.4 

4. 

20 

6.  8 

Jno.  Killam 

3 

1.4 

4. 

20 

6.  8 

Veline  Moisington 

[Hoisington] 

3 

1.4 

4. 

20 

6.  8 

John  Ransom 

3 

1.4 

4. 

20 

6.  8 

Elijah  Field 

3 

1.4 

4. 

20 

6.  8 

Charles  Powers 

10 

1.4 

13.  4 

50 

16.  8 

Rufus  Carpenter 

3 

1.4 

4. 

20 

6.  8 

W"'  Smith 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Walter  Brigham 

3 

1.4 

4.  0 

20 

6.  8 

Nathan  Perkins 

3 

1.4 

4.  0 

20 

6.  8 

James  Barrows 

8 

1.4 

10.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Seth  Fuller 

3 

1.4 

4.  0 

20 

6.  8 

Philemon  Sampson 

7 

1.4 

9.  4 

20 

6.  8 

George  Lake 

5 

1.4 

6.   8 

20 

6.  8 

Lemuel  Shaw 

4 

1.4 

5.  4 

20 

6.  8 

Ezra  Perry 

7 

1.4 

9.  4 

50 

16.  8 

Eben""  Kingsley 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Asahel  Powers 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

20 

6.  8 

W"^  McClay 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Jabez  Hammond 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Jona.  Farnsworth 

5 

1.4 

6.  8 

20 

.  6.  8 

Seth  Washbon    ' 

4 

1.4 

5.  4 

20 

6.  8 

Josiah  Dunham 

7 

1.4 

9.  4 

20 

6.  8 

Gardner  Spooner 

3 

1.4 

4.  0 

20 

6.  8 

Perez  Wood 

2 

1.4 

2.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Andrew  Thomas 

2 

1.4 

2.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Phin.  Williams 

6 

1.4 

8.  0 

20 

6.  8 

Joseph  Churchill 

2 

1.4 

2.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Jesse  Williams 

3' 

1.4 

4.  0 

20 

6.  8 

Joshua  Slayton 

2 

1.4 

2.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Nathan  Cook 

2 

1.4 

2.  8 

20 

6.  8 

W"'  Barns 

2 

1.4 

2.  8 

20 

6.  8 

Rufus  Basett 

2 

1.4 

2.  8 

20 

6.  8 

John  Cottle 

10 

1.4 

13.  4 

20 

6.  8 

^32.  9.  2 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


281 


Windsor  County.      Windsor,  April  17,  1781. 

Sworn  before  John  Fassett,  Asst. 

The  above  is  a  true  roll. 

Attest,  Warren  Cottle,  Capt. 

Sixteen  of  the  within  men  found  themselves  in  camp — ten  o^ 
them  five  days,  and  six  four  days.  ;^2.y.4. 

Attest,  Warren  Cottle,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  ap- 
proved and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
Warren  Cottle  or  bearer,  being  with  the  addition  of  the  above 
rations  thirty-four  pounds  eighteen  shillings  and  six  pence,  lawful 
money. 

Given  at  Windsor,  April  17,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  |  ^       _.., 
tut:,        , .  '  h  Committee. 

John  Fassett,  ) 

June  26,  1781.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 

^34.18.6  Warren  Cottle. 

[291]  \Capt.    Timothy  Bush's  Co7npany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Timothy  Bush's  Company  of  Militia  em- 
ployed in  guarding  and  scouting  at  Strafford,  at  the  time  of  the 
alarm  at  Newbury,  undsr  the  direction  of  Col.  Peter  Olcott,  Oct. 
19.  1780. 


Names 

Time 
en- 
gaged 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 
from 
home 

13 

Miles 
home 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

•Capt.  Timothy  Bush 

Oct.  19 

7 

1.17.  4 

12 

0.4.0 

3.   1.  4 

Lt.  James  Smalley 

t  (          C( 

6 

1.   1.  4 

12 

12 

4. 

1.  5.  4 

Sergt.  Nathl.  Seaver 

6 

1.  4.  0 

12 

12 

4. 

13.  6 

''     Jonas  Boardman 

6 

9.  6 

12 

12 

4. 

13.  6 

"     Elias  Newton 

6 

9.  6 

13 

13 

4. 

13.  6 

•Corpl.  Elisha  Yeoman 

6 

9.  6 

12 

12 

4. 

13.10 

"    Benj.  Burton 

6 

9.  6 

12 

12 

4. 

13.10 

"     Adrian  Hatch 

[Hart] 

6 

8.10 

12 

12 

4. 

13.10 

"    Wm.  Burnham 

6 

8.10 

12 

12 

4. 

13.10 

Nathl.  Brown 

6 

8.10 

12 

13 

4. 

13. 

John  Burnap 

6 

8.10 

12 

13 

4. 

12. 

Jonas  Richards 

6 

8.  0 

12 

13 

4. 

12. 

Abel  Wilder 

6 

8.  0 

12 

12 

4. 

12. 

Ithaman  Bartlet 

6 

8.  0 

12 

13 

4. 

12. 

Saml.  Waterman 

6 

8.  0 

12 

13 

4. 

12. 

282 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Time 
en- 
gaged 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 
from 
home 

Miles 
home 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

James  Waterman 

Oct.  19 

6 

8.0 

13 

13 

4. 

13. 

Elisha  Waterman 

6 

8.0 

12 

13 

4. 

13. 

Levi  Waterman 

6 

8.0 

13 

12 

4. 

12. 

Francis  Smalley 

6 

8.0 

13 

12 

4. 

12. 

Jona.  Lord 

6 

8.0 

12 

12 

4. 

12. 

David  Lord 

6 

8.0 

12 

13 

4. 

12. 

John  Bush 

6 

8.0 

12 

12 

4. 

13. 

Joel  Benton 

6 

8.0 

12 

12 

4. 

13. 

John  Burton 

6 

8.0 

12 

12 

4. 

13. 

Joel  Barnet 

6 

8.0 

12 

12 

4. 

13. 

Jona.  Bartlet 

6 

8.0 

12 

12 

4. 

12. 

John  Brown 

6 

8.0 

13 

13 

4. 

13. 

Josiah  Goodrich 

G 

8.0 

13 

13 

4. 

12. 

Saml.  Thatcher 

6 

8.0 

12 

12 

4. 

13.      • 

Isaac  Partridge 

6 

8.0 

13 

12 

4. 

12. 

Reuben  Smith 

^6 

8.0 

13 

12 

4. 

12. 

W'"  Blake 

'6 

8.0 

13 

12 

4. 

12. 

Eeuben  Hatch 

6 

8.0 

12 

12 

4. 

12. 

Asa  Huntington 

6 

8.0 

12 

13 

4. 

13. 

John  Sargeant 

6 

8.0 

12 

13 

4. 

12. 

Abel  Stimson 

6 

8.0 

13 

13 

4. 

12. 

Eben"^  Jaques 

1 

6 

8.0 

12 

13 

4. 

12. 

;^25.   6.   6 

The  within  is  a  true  roll. 


Attest. 


Timo.  Bush,  Capt. 


Windsor  County,  Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

Sworn  before  John  Fassett,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved, 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Timo.  Bush 
or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  twenty-five  pounds  nineteen  shilling.s 
and  ten  pence  (with  the  addition  of  rations)  lawful  money. 

Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

7^.°'-i.^^'"r^^"'  \  Committee. 
John  tassett,  j 

Aug.  9,  1781.  Reed,  the  contents  of  the  above  order  of  ihe 
Treasurer.  Jos.  Farnsworth  in  behalf  of 

^2,^.19.10  Eben^  Green. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


283 


[280] 


\Capt.  Joshua  HazerCs  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Joshua  Hazen's  Company  in  Col.  Wood's 
Reg't.  that  marched  to  Brookfield  in  the  Alarm,  Oct.  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Capt.  Joshua  Hazen 

3 

16. 

40 

13.4 

1.   9.4 

Lt.  William  Bramble 

3 

12. 

40 

13.4 

1.   5.4 

En.  Elkanah  Sprague 

3 

8. 

40 

13.4 

1.   1.4 

Sergt.  Asa  Hazen 

3 

4.5 

40 

13.4 

17.9 

David  Wright 

3 

4.5 

40 

13.4 

17.9 

"       Elias'Chapman 

3 

4.5 

40 

13.4 

17.9 

"       Andrew  Tracy 

3 

4.5 

40 

13.4 

17.9 

Clerk  Asa  Emerson 

3 

4.5 

40 

13.4 

17.9 

Corpl.  Wm.  Dunham 

3 

4.2 

40 

13.4 

17.6 

"       Hezekiah  Hazen 

3 

4.2 

40 

13.4 

17.6 

"       Stephen  Tilden 

3 

4.2 

■  40 

13.4 

17.6 

"       John  Gillet 

3 

4.2 

40 

13.4 

17.6 

Abel  Marsh 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Barjone  Deman 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Roger  Marsh 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

W"  Allen 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

W^  Burch 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Levi  Demon 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Daniel  Marsh 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Ignatius  Sprague 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Elliot  Porter 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Samuel  Pease 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Christopher  Pease 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Thomas  Tracy 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Daniel  Pineo 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Seth  Savage 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Josiah  Tilden 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Nehemiah  Clossen 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Elnathan  Allen 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Elijah  Mason 

3 

4. 

'40 

13.4 

17.4 

Joseph  Marsh,  Jr. 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Jona.  Wright 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Jona.  Reynolds 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Thos.  Hazen,  Jr. 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Solomon  Hazen 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Daniel  Hazen 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

James  Tracy 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Rowland  Powell 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Rowland  Powell,  Jr. 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

Luther  Powell 

3 

4. 

40 

13.4 

17.4 

284 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Names 


Calvin  Powell 

Simeon  Curtis 

John  Button 

Erastus  Chapman 

Joseph   Chapman 

Israel  Gillet 

Daniel  Gillet 

Benj.  Wright,  Jr. 

Jonathan  Bennet 

Timo.  Johnson 

Enoch  Eaton 

Jehiel  Robbins 

John  Cheny 

Barnabas  Tisden  [Tigden?] 

David  Bliss 

Thomas  Holbrook 

Joseph  Williams 

Ashbel  Smith 

Phineas  Strong 

Francis  W.  Savage 

Solomon  Strong 

Solomon  Strong  Jr. 

Josiah  Terry 

Lemuel  White 

Ezekiel  Gilbert 

Daniel  Clark 

Thomas   Hazen 

Simon  Chapman 

Stephen  Tilden 

Benajah  Strong 

Enoch  Emerson 

Jacob  Hall 

Joseph  Mafsh 

Willis  Hall 

Jona°  Hall 

Abel  Marsh 

John   Marsh 

David  Newton 

Solomon  Scipeo 


Days 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

o 
O 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


Wages 

Miles 

due 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40  - 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

4. 

40 

Amt. 
travel 


13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13  4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
33.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 
13.4 


13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 
13. 


Total 


17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 

17.4 


^;^60.   5.7 


♦Wrong. 
Capt.,  Lt.  and  Ensign's  rations  3  days,  8/ 

A  true  pay  roll,  Attest,         Joshua  Hazen,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


285 


Norwich,  June  9,  1781,  Then  personally  appeared  Capt. 
Joshua  Hazen  and  made  oath  to  the  within  Pay  Roll,  that  it  was 
made  according-  to  the  best  of  his  judgement  Before  me, 

Nathl.  Brown,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  June  22,  1781.  The  within  account  exam- 
ined and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same, 
which  is  sixty  pounds  five  shillings  and  seven  pence. 

John  Fassett,  |  ^ 

n^^  -D  }■  Committee. 

I  imo.   Brownson,  \ 

June  23,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 

p^60.5.7  Elkanah  Sprague. 


[202] 


\^CaJ>f.   JoJui  Hawkins'  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Hawkins'  Company  of  Minute  Men 
of  Woodstock  for  their  service  in  the  Alarm  at  Royalton,  with 
allowance  of  travel  from  their  respective  homes  to  Brookfield. 


Names 

Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of  pay 

Time 
of 

serv- 
ice 

Per 

day 

When 
dis- 
charged 

Amt. 
of  pay 

Miles 

Total 

1780 

Days 

1780 

Capt.  John  Hawkins 

Oct.  16 

8 

5.4 

Oct.  18 

0.16.0 

45 

0.15.O 

Lt.  Moses  Samson 

3 

3.7 

(i     (1 

16.9 

45 

15. 

En.  01^  Williams 

3 

3.7 

11     11 

10.9 

45 

15. 

Sergt.  Eph"-  Eddy 

3 

1.7 

(i     11 

4.9 

45 

15. 

"       Josiah  Clark 

3 

1.7 

11     >  ( 

4.9 

45 

15 

"       George  Thomas 

3 

1.7 

11     11 

4.9 

45 

15 

"       Amasa  Powers 

3 

1.7 

II     i( 

4.9 

45 

15 

Corpl.  Billy  Gray 

3 

1.5^ 

(t     i( 

4.6 

45 

15 

Fifer  Seth  Fuller 

3 

1.5^ 

li     II 

4.6 

45 

15 

Phineas  Powers 

3 

1.4 

11     It 

4. 

45 

15 

Rufus  Sanderson 

3 

1.4 

.1     11 

4. 

45 

15 

Thomas  Powers 

3 

1.4 

11     11 

4. 

45 

15 

Joseph  Safford 

3 

1.4 

11     i( 

4. 

45 

15 

Josiah  Lamb 

3 

1.4 

(1     11 

4. 

45 

15 

Jopiah  Dunham 

3 

1.4 

11     11 

4. 

45 

15 

William  Smith 

3 

1.4 

11     11 

4. 

45 

15 

Andrew  Thomas 

3 

1.4 

<l         1  c 

4. 

45 

15 

Josiah  Harlburt 

3 

1.4 

11       1  ( 

4. 

45 

15 

John  Sanderson 

3 

1.4 

11       11 

4. 

45 

15 

Isaac  Hoisington 

3 

1.4 

11       11 

4. 

45 

15 

Stephen  Powers 

3 

1.4 

11       11 

4. 

45 

15 

Phins.  Sanderson 

3 

1.4 

11      11 

4. 

45 

15 

John  Killam 

3 

1.4 

<1      11 

4. 

45 

15 

Jona.  Kingsley 

3 

1.4 

11       1. 

4. 

45 

15 

Joseph  Hawkins 

3 

1.4 

11      11 

4. 

45 

15 

Saml.  Matthews 

3 

1.4 

11       11 

4. 

45 

15 

286 


STATE  OF  VERMONT 


Names 

Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of  pay 

Time 
of 

serv- 
ice 

Per 
day 

When       A^+ 
dis-        -f^*- 
charged  °*  P^^ 

Miles 

Total 

1780 

Days 

1780 

Timo.  Cox 

Oct.  16 

3 

1.4 

Oct.  18  1        4. 

45 

15 

Jonas  Matthews 

i  i         it 

3 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Nathan  Rowland 

14                ft 

3 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Simon  Davis 

14           (  < 

3 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

James  Sanderson 

t  (        It 

3 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Veline  Hoisington 

i%          I  C 

3 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

William  Paddock 

ii       ^i 

3 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Moses  Kimball 

I  i       it 

3 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Joseph  Darling 

( (        (( 

3 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

William  Perry 

( k       i  « 

3 

1.4 

'            4. 

45 

15 

Eben"  Winslow 

ti       a 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Gains  Paddock 

n        a 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

James  Barrow 

ti        it 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Charles  Killam 

1 1        <( 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Daniel  Niels 

<t        f  ( 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

John  Smith 

ii        ii 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Joshua  Wood 

a       It 

1.4 

4. 

45 

15 

Total 

£A2.  5.6 

Woodstock,  9th.  June,  1781.  Personally  appeared  Capt.  John 
Hawkins  and  made  oath  before  rae  that  the  within  pay  roll  was 
just,  without  fraud  to  the  public  or  any  private  person. 

Benj.  Emmons,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
John  Hawkins  or  bearer,  being  forty-two  pounds  five  shillings  and 
six  pence,  lawful  money.  John  Fassett,  \  ^  .  , 

imo.  Brownson,  ) 

June  25,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 

^42.5.6.  Warner  [?]  Castle. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


287 


[360] 


\Capt.  John  Stark's  Conipany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Stark's  Company  of  Militia  in  Col. 
Ira  Allen's  Regiment  for  service  done  in  defence  of  the  Northern 
Frontier  of  this  State,  by  order,  in  October  in  the  year  1780. 


Names                      V^ 
en 

T^hen 
tered 

Days 

Miles 

Amt. 
milage 

1.  2.0 

Per  day 

& 
rations 

6.8 

1     Total 

Capt.  John  Starks                      0( 

5t.   10 

24 

66 

9.  2.0 

Lt.  Samuel  Willard 

k         a 

20 

66 

1.   2.0 

4.3 

5.  7.0 

En.  Joel  Harmon                         ' 

i          ( i 

24 

66 

1.  2.0 

4.3 

6.  4.0 

Sergt.  David  Comstock               ' 

i       i  i 

18 

66 

1.  2.0 

1.7 

2.10.6 

"       Nathl.  Harmon 

'     12 

18 

66 

1.  2.0 

1.7 

2.10.6 

"      Ezekiel  Harmon                ' 

'     19 

11 

22 

7.4 

1.7 

1.  4.9 

^'  "      Isaac  Meecham                 ' 

'     10 

20 

66 

1.  2.0 

1.7 

2.13.8 

Clerk,  John  Stewart                    ' 

'     12 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.7 

18.5 

Corpl.  Philip  Reed 

(      (< 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.5^ 

17.4 

"      Jos.  ti;verest                      ' 

•     10 

16 

66 

1.  2.0 

1.5| 

2.  5.4 

Hall 

'     17 

13 

44 

14.8 

1.5^ 

1.13.8 

"      Jotham  Smart 

'     12 

21 

44 

14.8 

1  ^ 

2.  5.5 

Gideon  Adams                              ' 

(     i( 

12 

44 

•14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Benj.  Everett 

1     (< 

18 

66 

1.  2.0 

1.4 

2.  6.0 

Benj.  Starks                                 ' 

(     (1 

6 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

15.4 

Elisha  Fitch 

'     10 

16 

66 

1.  2.0 

1.4 

2.   3.4 

Return  Strong    '                           ' 

'     12 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.0 

Stephen  Starkweather                ' 

(     ( ( 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Benaj.  Hill 

1      (( 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Josiah  Willard                               ' 

i      (( 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Joseph  Kellogg 

'     10 

9 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

W™  Kellogg 

'     12 

20 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.   1.4 

David  Carver                                 ' 

(     >  < 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Jedediah  Edgerton                      ' 

•     10 

24 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.  6.8 

Cephas  Harmon                             ' 

1         t  c 

9 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

John  B.  Hartwick                         ' 

'     12 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Daty  Allen                                     ' 

(     t( 

21 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.  2.8 

Justus  Allen                                 ' 

(     ( < 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Moses  Curtis                                  ' 

'     10 

23 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.  6.2 

James  Lynn                                  ' 

'     12 

21 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.  2.8 

James  Hopkins                            ' 

«          «4 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Jona.  Prindle                                 ' 

1          (( 

21 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.  2.8 

Saml.  Stark 

i          (( 

21 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.  2.8 

W™  Adams                                      ' 

t          it 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Elisha  Leach                                 ' 

<          t( 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Eben--  Cobb                                   ' 

(       ;  ( 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Ab'"  Fryhout                                  ' 

(        <i 

15 

66 

1.  2.0 

1.4 

2.  2.0 

Caleb  Austin                                  ' 

(        <( 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Joseph  Willard                              ' 

t       i  i 

18 

66 

1.2  .0 

1.4 

2.  6.0 

Timo.  Brewster                            ' 

'     10 

20 

G6 

1.2  .0 

1.4 

2.  8.8 

Leml.  Haskins                             ' 

'     12 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Asaph  Starkweather                    ' 

(     <( 

21 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.  2.8 

John  Cobb                                    ' 

1     (( 

18 

66 

1.  2.0 

1.4 

2.  6.0 

Elkanah  Cobb 

(      it 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

James  Haskins                             ' 

(     (< 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Lemuel  Clark                                ' 

t         1  c 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

;.io.8 

288 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Names 

When 
entered 

Days 

Miles 

Amt. 
milage 

Per  day 

& 
rations 

Total 

Eufus  Baker 

Oct. 

12 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Peter  Paterson 

(I 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Solomon  Steel 

i  i 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Eliada  Orton 

i  i 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

W'"  Potter 

Oct. 

12 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Moses  Wheeler 

i  ( 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

David  Castle 

(< 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Nathan  Castle 

i  C 

16 

66 

1.   2.0 

1.4 

2.  3.4 

Peter  Davidson 

H 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Levey  Adams 

(  i 

12 

44 

14.8 

1-4 

1.10.8 

Onesimus  Risden 

(  ( 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Elisha  Clark 

(  ( 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Jona.  Castle 

(  ( 

10 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.  8.0 

Jas.  Small 

c  c 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Peter  Stevens 

( i 

7 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

16.8 

Philip  Priest 

10 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Abel  Castle 

^  * 

12 

7 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.  3.0 

Hezekiah  Tracy- 

1  ( 

21 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

2.  2.8 

Joel  Simonds 

10 

12 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.10.8 

Joshua  Cobb 

25 

20 

66 

1.   2.0 

1.4 

2.  8.8 

Eliphalet  Haskins 

i  i 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

Saml.  Butts 

17 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14. 

John  Abbott 

19 

13 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.12.0 

Jedediah  Reed 

25 

11 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.  9.4 

Edward  Willard 

19 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14. 

Zadock  Everest 

25 

11 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

1.   2.0 

Phineas  Stephens 

19 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

.14.0 

Danl.  Welch 

10 

11 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Jacob  Edgerton 

(  ( 

10 

44 

14.8 

1.4 

1.  8.0 

Caleb  Allen 

19 

6 

•  22 

7.4 

1.4 

15.4 

David  Hough 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

Eldad  Steel 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

Samuel  Stoddar 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

John  Thompson 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

Gideon  Allen 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

Samuel  Wright 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

Roswell  Bennett 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

David  Andrus 

25 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

Jos.  Fitch 

H 

5 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

14.0 

Leml.  Hawley 

12 

21 

22 

7.4 

1.4 

1.15.4 

^139.18.5 

John  Stark,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  June  6,  1781.  The  within  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  John  Stark  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  one  hundred 
and  thirty-nine  pounds  eighteen  shillings  and  five  pence,  lawful 
money.  Thos.  Chittenden,  \  Committee. 

John  Passett,  \ 

Date  above  reed,  the  above  contents  of  the  Treasurer. 

^139,18.5  Saml.  Willard,  Lieut. 


[32] 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 

I 

\Capt.    Thomas  Barneys  Company\ 


289 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thos.  Barney's  Company  in  Col.fira 
Allen's  Regt.  of  Militia  for  service  done  the  State  of  Verraontt^on 
alamo  to  the  Northward,  which  commenced  the  11th  day  of  Octo- 
ber, A.  D.  1780. 


Names  and  Eank 


Capt.  Thos.  Barney 
Lt.  John  White 
En.  Danl.  Purdy 
Clk.  Christ"  Eobert 
Sergt.  Truman  Powel 
"  .Terh.  Wait 
"  J  no.  Roberts 
"  Abel  Pettibone 
Corpl.  Jona.  Ormsby 
'  •      Elijah  Burton 
"      Philip  Mead 
"      Thos.  Wait 

Heman  Barlow 

David  Purdy 

Benj.  Roberts 

Edward  Hanison 

Danl.  Ormsby 

John  W.  Bostwick 

Rufus  Munson 

James  Hennesy 

Martin  Barber 

Jos.  Heavens 

Jacob  Wheeler,  Jr. 

Josiah  Allen 

W-"  Bennett 

Reuben  Purdy 

Ezekiel  Roberts 

Joshua  Ross 

Josiah  Lockwood 

James  Lewis 

Nathan  Beman 

Waterman  Ells 

Jared  Boorn 

Peter  French 

Neh.  Larkin 

Richard  Bentley 

Aaron  Mason 

John  Robertson 

Stephen  Herrick 

James  Palmer 

Asa  Brownson 

Saml.  Hull 


Days 


25 
2] 
21 
28 
16 
5 
5 
25 
21 
25 
9 
9 
21 
28 
28 
32 
28 
28 
25 
28 
28 
25 
21 
21 
21 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
12 
9 
9 
9 
9 


Wages 
per 
day 


0.5.4 
3.7 
3.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.5 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


Amt. 

of 
wages 


4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
11 


6.13 
3.15 
3.15 
2.  4 
I.  5 
0.  7 

0.  7.11 
1.19.  7 
1.10. 
1.16. 
0.13. 
0.13. 

1.  8. 
1.17. 
1.17. 

2.  2. 
1.17. 
1.17. 
1.13. 
1.17. 
1.17. 
1.13. 
1.  8. 


Miles 


1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 


7 
9 
1 
1 
0 
4 
4 
8 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
8.  0 
8.  0 
1.   4 


1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

0.18.  0 
0.18.  0 
0.18. 
0.18. 
0.18. 
0.18. 
0.16. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 
0.12. 


0.12.  0 


40 

120 

120 
80 

180 
40 
40 
40 

120 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
80 
40 
40 
40 

120 
80 

120 
40 
80 
80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

80 

40 

40 

40 

40 


Amt. 

travel 


0.16.0 
2.  0.0 
2.  0.0 
1.  6.8 

1.  6.8 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 

2.  0.0 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 

1.  6.8 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 

2.  0.0 

1.  6.8 

2.  0.0 
0.13.4 


Total 


6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
6.8 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 
0.13.4 


1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 


7.  9.  4 
5.15.   3 

5.15.  3 
3.11.  0 
2.11.  0 
1.  1.  3 

1.  1.  3 
2.12.11 
3.10.   7 

2.  9.  9 
1.  6.  5 

1.  6.  5 

2.  1.  4 
2.10.  8 
2.10.  8 

2.16.  0 
2.10.  8 
2.10.  8 
2.10.  8 
2.10.  8 
2.10.  8 

2.  6.  8 

3.  8.  0 
2.14.  8 
3.  8.  0 
1.14.  8 
2.  8.  0 
2.  8.  0 
2.  8.  0 
2.  8.  0 
2.  8.  0 
2.  4.  8 
2.  4.  8 
2.  4.  8 
2.  4 
2.  4 
2.  4 
1.  5 
1.  5.  4 
1.  5.  4 
1.  5.  4 
1.  5.  4 


Amt.  of 
rations 


8 
8 
8 
4 


^i.13.4 
16.8 
16.8 


£6.  6.8 


[19J 


290 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names  and  Rank 

Days 

Wages 
per 
day 

Amt. 
of 

Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Amt.  of 
rations 

wages 

■7      ■ 

Nathl.  Boorn 

9 

1.4 

0.13. 

0 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  5.  4 

Edmund  Wood 

9 

1.4 

0.  8. 

0 

40 

0.13.4 

1,  5.  4 

Truman  Mead 

6 

1.4 

0.  9. 

4 

40 

0.13.4 

1.   1.   4 

John  Bonner 

7 

1.4 

0.  9. 

4 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  2.  4 

Thus.  Soper 

7 

1.4 

0.   6. 

8 

40 

0.1:5.4 

1.  2.   4 

Rosel  Cossett 

5 

1.4 

0.  9. 

4 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  0.   0 

John  Howard 

7 

1.4 

0.  6. 

8 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  2.  4 

Ora  Ross 

5 

1.4 

0.  6. 

8 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  0.  0 

John  Austin 

5 

1.4 

0.  6. 

8 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  0.  0 

Barnard  Boorn 

5 

1.4 

0.   6. 

8 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  0.  0 

Nathl.  Bostwick 

5 

1.4 

0.   6. 

8 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  0.   0 

James  Stevens 

5 

1.4 

0.  6. 

8 

40 

0.13.4 

1.  0.  0 

Reuben  Baker 

6 

1.4 

8. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.   1.  0 

Geo.  Olds 

9 

1.4 

12. 

0 

80 

1.  6.8 

1.18.  8 

Danl.  Champion 

5 

1.4 

4. 

8 

40 

13.4 

0.18.  0 

Eben^  Clark 

5 

1.4 

4. 

8 

40 

13.4 

0.18.  0 
127.  4.11 

Thos.  Barney,  Capt. 

31st  May,  1781.     The  foregoing  pay  roll  sworn  before  me. 

Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

The  foregoing  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Thos.  Barney,  which  is 
;^127.4. 11  lawful  money. 

31st  May  1781.  Th.   Chittenden,    )  Qo^im^^ 

Timo.   Brownson,  j 

Date  above  rec'd  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
pay  roll.  Th^  Barney. 

Returned  by  Capt.  Barney  for  money  recp*  [rec'd  ?]  from  the 
soldiers  for  expenses  paid  by  the  State  ^3.0.6 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


291 


[92] 


\^Lieut.   Abisha  Sajnsons  Company'^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Company  of  Militia  under  the  command  of 
Lieut.  Abisha  Samson,  that  did  duty  at  Barnard  in  October,  1780, 
and  a  number  that  turned  out  on  alarm  in  the  year  1780  that  have 
not  been  made  up  in  any  roll  before. 


Names 

Miles 
travel 

Amt. 
travel 

Days 
service 

Pay  per 
mo. 

Total 

Abisha  Samson,  Lt. 

25 

8.4 

12 

5.   8.0 

2..  3.   0 

Gershom  Palmer,  En. 

15 

5. 

10 

5.   8. 

1.15.10 

Jacob  Bebens,             Sargt. 

30 

10. 

12 

2.18.  2- 

19. 

Robert  Kolloton,              do 

55 

18.4 

13 

2.  8. 

1.   0.   7 

Jno.  Stevens  Harvey      do 

20 

6.8 

8 

2.   8.10 

12.   8 

John  Killam,   Corp. 

35 

11.8 

13 

2.14.  8 

18.   9 

Philemon  Sampson,  Corp. 

30 

10. 

12 

2.14.  7 

17.   6 

Seth  Fuller,  Fifer. 

15 

5. 

10 

2.14.  8 

14.   7 

Gains  Paddock  - 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Timothy  Cox 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.    4 

Phineas  Williams 

v25 

8.4 

11 

2. 

14.   8 

Thomas  Powers 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Elijah  Field 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Stephen  Powers 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

John  Cottle 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Nathan   Dike 

55 

18.4 

13 

2. 

17.   4 

Elias  Thomas 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Joseph  Hawkins 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Jno.  Smith  Hoisington 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Line  Hoisington 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

Jarnes  Harwood 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

Josiah  Hurlbutt 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

Joshua  Wood 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.  4 

Rufus  Carpenter 

15 

0. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Saml.  Matthews 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Saml.  Pratt 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

William  Ellis 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Isaac  Jones 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Amasa  Delano 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

James  Sanderson 

15 

5. 

10 

2. 

13.   4 

Joseph  Safford 

20 

6.8 

15 

2. 

1.   0.   0 

W°^  Sims  Ashley 

20  ^ 

6.8 

8 

2. 

10.   8 

Asa  Wright 

20 

6.8 

8 

2. 

10.   8 

Moses  Webster 

20 

6.8 

8 

2. 

10.   8 

292 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Miles 
travel 

Amt, 
travel 

Days 
service 

Pay  per 
mo. 

Total 

Jeremiah  Ruse 

20 

6.8 

8 

2. 

10.   8 

W""  Gooldsbury 

20 

6.8 

8 

2. 

10.   8 

Derick  Oxford 

20 

6.8 

8 

2. 

10.   8 

Anthon}'  Ruse 

15 

5. 

2 

2. 

2.   8 

Ichabod  Churchill 

30 

10. 

3 

2. 

4. 

Andrew  Thomas 

15 

5. 

2 

2. 

2.   8 

Charles  Killam 

20 

6.8 

3 

2. 

4. 

Timothy  Kox 

20 

6.8 

3 

2. 

4. 

W°  Smith 

15 

5. 

2 

2. 

2.   8 

Chellis  Safford 

20 

6.8 

4 

2. 

5.   4 

Amasa  Slayton 

40 

13.4 

3 

2. 

4. 

Nathan  Cook 

30 

10. 

3 

2. 

4. 

W"'  Barns 

30 

10. 

3 

2. 

4. 

Libanus  Cottle 

30 

10. 

3 

2. 

4. 

John  Hammond 

30 

10. 

3 

2. 

4. 

Danl.  Bodcock 

30 

10. 

3 

2. 

4. 

Eben^  Dike 

15 

5. 

3 

2. 

4. 

Rufus  Sanderson 

20 

6.8 

3 

2. 

4. 

Isaac  Ho[i]sington 

20 

6.8 

3 

2. 

4. 

Abisha  Samson,  Lt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Charlestown,  Oct.  20,  1781.  The  within  pay 
roll  being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  same,  being  forty-nine  pounds  nineteen  shillings  and 
eleven  pence.  Isaac  Tichenor,  )  p      gg 

Timothy  Brownson,  j 

Oct.  24,  1781.  Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order  in  behalf  of  Abijah  Samson. 

Jesse  Saiford. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


293 


[247] 


[Capt.   Benjamin  Cox's   Company\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Betij.  Cox's  Company  of  Militia,  for  Scouting 
done  pursuing  after  the  Enemy  to  Brookfield  the  year  past.     1780. 


Names 

Time  of 
service 

Days 

Miles 

Per 

day 

Total 

Lieut.  Elias  Keyes 

Oct.  11th 

3 

25 

3.7 

0.19.   1 

En.  Benj.  Wilbur 

' 

3 

25 

3.7 

0.19.   1 

Sergt.  John  Newton 

(               « 

3 

25 

1.7 

0.13.   1 

"       Daniel  Sharp 

3 

25 

1.7 

0.13.   1 

Corpl.  Joseph  Foster 

3 

25 

1.5 

0.12.   7 

"       Asa  Page 

3 

25 

1.5 

0.12.   7 

Moses  Lurvy 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.  4 

Robert  Dean 

3 

25 

1.4 

C.12.   4 

Nathan  Parmetree 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Simeon  Howard 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.  4 

Asa  Foster 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

W°^  Chedle 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Asa  Chedle 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Thos.  Freeman,  Jr. 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Saml.  Steward 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Nathaniel    Aikens 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Solomon  Aikens 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Holland  Blackaman 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Thomas  Whitcomb 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Seth  Dean 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

George  Page 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.    i 

William  Freeman 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   i 

Thomas  Freeman 

3 

35 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

Calvin  Sevit  [Sevir  ?] 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.  4 

Jonathan  White 

3 

25 

1.4 

0.12.   4 

£\^.  3.10 

Elias  Keyes,  Lieut. 

Pay  Table  Office,  June  23^  1781.  The  within  Pay  Roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  being  sixteen  pounds  three  shillings  and  ten  pence. 

Timo.  Brownson,  )  r*  -..4. 

John  Fassett,  \  Committee. 

June  25,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 


£1^.  3.10 


Joseph  Foster. 


294 


.STATE    OF   VERMONT 


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REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


295 


[349] 


\^Capt.   Joshua  Hazen  s  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Company  of  Militia,  the  command  of  Capt. 
Joshua  Hazen,  employed  in  guarding'  and  scouting  the  frontiers  of 
this  State,  he -.id-quarters  at  Strafford,  the  men  detached  from 
Hartford  and  Norwich,  under  the  immediate  inspection  of  Col. 
P.  Olcott. 


Names 


Capt.  Joshua  Hazen 
Lt.  James  Smalley 
Sergt.  Joel  Stimson 

"       Jonas  Bichardson 
Corp.  Hezekiah  Hazen 
John  Wright 
Francis  Smalley 
Daniel  Brown 
Nathl.  Brown 
Benben  Hatch 
Ichabod  Carley 
Saml.  Thatcher 
Peter  Olcott 
Ebenezer  Parsifield 
Elisha  Waterman 
John  Slaughter 
John  Sogers 
Gershom  Bartlet 
Samuel  Waterman 
Simeon  Curtis 
Dan  Ardna  Gillet 
Elisha  Burton 
Boger  Marsh 
Jonathan  Hall 
Barjonas  Demon[Damon?] 
John  Burnap 


Engage- 
ment 


1780 
Oct.  27 


Days 


Wages 
due 


17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
10 
10 
11 
11 
10 
11 
11 
11 
26 


4.10.  8 
3.  9.11 
1.  6.11 
1.  6.11 
0.15.  7 
1.  2.  8 
1.  2.  8 
1.  2.  8 


1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 

1.  2.  8 


Miles 

Travel 

12 

0.4.0 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

12 

4. 

Total 


4.15.  8 
3.13.11 

1.11.  2 
1.10.11 

19.  7 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

6.  8 

17.  4 

17.  4 

18.  8 
18,  8 

17.  4 

18.  8 
18.  8 
18.  8 

1.18.  8 


1 


Captain's    rations,  17  days 
Lieutenants'    Do     "    " 


;^1.    2.    8 
11.  4 


A  true  pay  roll. 


Attest, 


;^38.  7.  3 
Joshua  Hazen,  Capt. 


Norwich,  June  9,  1781.  Then  personally  appeared  Capt. 
Joshua  Hazen  of  Hartford  and  made  oath  to  the  within  Pay  Roll 
that  it  was  made  according  to  the  best  of  his  judgement. 

Before  me,  Nathl.  Brown,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Bennington,  22  June,   1781.     Examined  and  approved  and  the 


296 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Treasurer  is  requested  to  pay  the  same,  being  thirty-eight  pounds 
seven  shillings  and  three  pence. 

^-         T,  r  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,  f 

June  25,  1781.     Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 

;^38.7.3  Elihu  Burton. 


[267] 


[^Capf.    Sa?nuel  Allen's  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Samuel  Allen's  Company  of  Volunteers 
raised  by  order  of  Brig.  Genl.  Allen,  commencing  the  13th  Oct. 
1780  and  ending  the  4th  day  of  Nov.  1780,  inclusive,  the  money 
being  due  from  the  State  of  Vermont. 


Names 

When 
enterec 

When 
I      left 

Per 

month 

Amt. 
wages 

00 

Total 

Q 



% 

1780 

Capt.  Saml.  Allen 

Oct.  13 

Nov.  4 

23 

8.0.0 

2.  6.2 

50 

7.17.  6 

Lt.  Isaac  Martin 

k(      ci 

23 

5.8.0 

4.  2.5 

24 

4.19.  9 

"  Lemuel  Roberts 

((      a 

23 

5.8.0 

.4.  2.5 

36 

5.  0.  9 

Serfft.  David  Parkhill 

a        a 

23 

2.8.0 

1  .16.5 

24 

1.18.  5 

"       Asa  Jackson 

U            t( 

23 

2.8.0 

1  .16.5 

40 

1.19.  9 

"       Jethro  Jackson 

11        (I 

23 

2.8.0 

1  .16.5 

40 

1.19.  9 

"       Sylvanus  Brown 

1(           <  i 

23 

2.8.0 

1  .16.5 

24 

1.18.  5 

Corpl.  Eben"^  Charley 

i  (           t  ( 

23 

2.4.0 

1  .13.6 

24 

1.15.  6 

"       Weight  Wright 

<(           (< 

23 

2.4.0 

1  .13.6 

24 

1.15.  6 

"      Jonah  Ives 

( (           If 

23 

2.4.0 

1  .13.6 

40 

1.16.10 

Reuben  Post 

1 1          W 

23 

2.4.0 

1  .13.6 

24 

1.15.  6 

Fifer  Z%x^  Dewey 

a         <i 

23 

2  4.0 

1  .13.6 

24 

1.15.  6 

Jeremiah  Briggs 

u            (  i 

23 

2.0.0 

1  .10.8 

36 

1.13.  8 

Edmund  Bacon 

( t         It 

23 

2.0.0 

1  .10.8 

36 

1.13.  8 

Aaron  Beach 

U            d 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

24 

1.12.  8 

Oliver  Bell 

(i        a 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Joseph  Chipman 

41            M 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

24 

1.12.  8 

Clement  Clark 

((           t  ( 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

40 

1.14.  0 

Nathan  Crary    . 

U            (1 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

36 

1.13.  8 

Samuel  Chipman 

If            (1 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Moses  Corbins 

1(            t( 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

James  Cathing 

i(            t  1 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Elias  Crary 

((            1( 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

36 

1.14.10 

Luther  Dury 

It            <  t 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

24 

1.13.   8 

V  Josiah  Edy 

(i            (  ( 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.12.  8 

Chauncy  Graves 

(»            U 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Nathaniel  Hamilton 

ii            (  ( 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Reuben  Ives 

U           if 

23 

2- 

1  .10.8 

40 

1.14.10 

Philemon  Johnson 

((           U 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Benoni  Kinney 

(  (           f  ( 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

40 

1.14.10 

Miles  Leat 

L  L                  L    • 

«i       *( 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Isaac  Mead 

a         u 

23 

2. 

1  .10.8 

24 

1 

1.12.  8 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR  ROLLS 


297 


Names 

When 
enterec 

When 
I      left 

^        to 

Per 

month 

Amt. 
wages 

m 

Total 

1780 

Saml.  McConnell 

Oct.  13 

Nov.  4 

t     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

24 

1.12.  8 

Glover  Nicholson 

1 1      i 

'     33 

2. 

1.10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Elias  Post 

(1      1 

'     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

24 

1.12.  8 

Charles  Roys 

« 1      ( 

•     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Stephen  Roys 

(1      ( 

•     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Samuel  Sheldon 

(1      i 

'     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

24 

1.12.  8 

Artemas  Southworth 

<i      1 

'     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Geshor  Southworth 

U            1 

'     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

50 

1.14.10 

Eben^  Tuttle 

(1        1 

'     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

36 

1.13.  8 

Henry  White 

^^         . 

'     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

36 

1  13.  8 

Jonathan  Whipple 

( (         I 

'     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

24 

1.12.  8 

Jedediah  Williams 

H            i 

'     23 

2. 

1.10.8 

36 

1.13.  8 

;^  88. 19. 10 

Attest, 


Samuel  Allen,  Capt. 


Pay  Table  Office — The  within  roll  being  examined  and  ap- 
proved, the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Thomas  Tolman,  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of  Eighty-eight  pounds 
nineteen  shillings  and  ten  pence  in  specie  or  other  current  money 
equivalent — the  said  paymaster  to  be  accountable. 

Given  at  Arlington,  June  7,  1781. 

Thos.   Chittenden,  )  ^  .^, 

'  ^  "^ommittee. 


Timo.    Brownson 


!'  [  <=°- 


March  '^0,  1783. 
^88.19.10 


Reed,  the  above  in  full. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster 


298 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[108] 


[Copt.   Charles  Parker  s  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Chas.  Parker's  Company  in  Col.  Samuel 
Herrick's  Regiment  of  Volunteers,  taking  from  the  12''''  of  Octo- 
ber to  the  T^  of  November. 


Names 


Clarke  Parker,  Capt. 
Timothy  Abbot,  Lt. 
Ezekiel  Parker,  Lt. 
Jona  Gi'iswold,  Sargt. 
John  Cummins,  Sergt. 
Cypron  Herrick,     " 
Jos.  Potter,    Corpl. 
Nathl.  Wood,  Corpl. 
W"'  Popple.  " 

Elnathan  Hunt,  Drm'' 
Benj.  Herwood 
Levy  Morgan 
Thomas  Card 
Henry  Matterson 
Caleb  Matterson 
Ezalmon  Wheeler 
W'"  Heriuton 
Stephen  Olin 
Richard  Herinton 
Ja°.  Willebar 
Jacob  Beamheart 
Coon  Runnols 
Paul  Gammet 
Caleb  Clark 
Roger  Kinsley 
Henry  Walbridge 
Sam  I.  Hayns 
Nathl.  Graves 
W'"  Roberts 
Ephraim  Potter 
Saml.  Welch 
Levi  Wheeler 
Abner  Nobles 
Josiah  Bates 
Moses  Barber 
Caleb  Morgan 
Frederick  Jewett 
Reuben  Bennett 
Abraham  Dunning 
Isaac  Grover 
W-"  Potter 


Eben'  Ayre 


)ays 

Monthly 

wages 

Subsis- 
tence 

Proof  of  the  Effective 

money 

- 

26 

6.18.10 

0.16.0 

Present,    Capt.           1 

26 

4.18.10 

0.  8.0 

Lieut.          2 

26 

4.18.10 

0.  8.0 

Sergt.          3 

26 
26 

2.   1.  7 
2.   1.  7 

Corpl.          3 
Drm-            1 

1.12.0 

26 

2.   1.  7 

Privates,  31 

26 

1.19.10 

— 

26 

1.19.10 

Total,        41 

26 

1.19.10 

26 

1.19.10 

26 

1.19.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

- 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

26 

1.14.10 

^85.  0.  5 

2.  9.  8 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS  299 

Sum  total  to  be  paid  in  silver  or  gold,  or  old  way- 
Wheat  at  4/  per  bushel.  ^85.  0.5 

1.12.0 


;^86.12.5 
Saml.  Herrick,  Colonel. 

N.  B. — ^2.9.8  to  he  added. to  the  the  warrant  for  Eben''  Ayre, 
omitted  thro'  mistake.  Thos.  Chittenden,  )  ^^ 

JohnFassett,         '[Committee. 

We  do  solemnly  swear  by  the  Everliving  God,  that  the  within 
pay  roll  is  a  true  state   of  the  company,  according  to  the  best  of 
our  knowledge,  without  fraud  to  this  State.     So  help  me  God. 
Bennington,  Nov.  17,  1780.  Clarke  Parker.  Capt. 

Timothy  Abbot,  Lieut. 

Bennington,  Nov.  22,  1780.  The  above  named  Clarke  Parker 
and  Timothy  Abbot  personally  appeared  made  solemn  oath  that 
the  within  pay  roll  was  just  aud  true.      Before 

Moses  Robinson,  Judge. 

June  1^*,  1781.  When  this  roll  was  made,  the  traveling  fee 
allowed  by  the  General  Assembly  was  not  known.  Therefore  for 
the  purpose  of  its  being  now  added  to  each  man,  I  do  hereby  certify 
that  Capt.  Clarke  Parker's"  compan 3^  upon  an  average  travelled 
sixty-three  miles  each  from  their  respective  homes,  which  at  4'^ 
per  mile  is  21/  per  man.  Timo.  Abbot,  Lieut. 

To  the  Hon.  Com^^  of  Pay  Table. 

Amt.  pay  and  subsistence     .         .         .         .         £^  86.12.5 
Milage  at  15/  per  man       ....  30.15.0 

;^117.    7.5- 

Pay  Table  Office.     The  within  pay  roll  being  examined  and 

approved,    the"  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to   pay   the   same  to 

Thomas  Tolman,  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of  One  Hundred  and 

seventeen  pounds  seven  shillings  and  five  pence  in  specie  or  other 

current  money  equivalent.     Given  at  Arlington,  June  7,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  ^ ... 

^.         -o  'V  Committee. 

T.imo.  Brownson,    j 

^117.7.5.     Add  for  E.  Ayre  2.9.8. 

Reed,  the  above  in  full.     March  20,  1782. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


300 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[120] 


\Capt.   Nathaniel  Bianchard's  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Nathl.  Bianchard's  Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Ebenezer  Allen's  Regiment  in  the  State  of  Vermont,  for  an 
alarm  commencing  the  12^''  of  October,  1780,  and  ending  the  12"^ 
Nov.  following. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Per 

mile 

Subsist- 
ence 
per  day 

Pay  per 
month 

Total 

Nathl.  Blanchard,  Capt. 

30 

21 

4d 

0.1.4 

8.  0.0 

10.  7.0 

Danl.  Smith,  Lt. 

30 

24 

4 

0.0.8 

5.10.0 

6.16.0 

EHsha  Wrigcht.  En. 

26 

20 

4 

0.0.8 

5.17.4 

Roswell  Post,  Jr.,  Clerk 

30 

36 

4 

2.8 

2.  8.0 

3.  0.0 

Abner  Mead,  Sergt.- 

26 

21 

4 

2.8 

2.  8 

2.  8.7 

Amasa  Blanchard,  Sergt. 

30 

21 

4 

2.8 

2.  8 

2.15.0 

Benj.  Johnson,            " 

30 

30 

4 

2.8 

2.  8 

2.18.0 

David  Parkhill, 

37 

12 

4 

2.8 

2.  4 

0.15.1 

John  Smith,             Corpl. 

30 

24 

4 

2.4 

2.  4 

2.12.0 

Waight  Wright, 

70 

12 

4 

2.4 

2.  4 

0.14.0 

Joel  Roberts,               " 

30 

24 

4 

2.4 

2.12.0 

B.  Garnsey  Roots,     " 

27 

22 

4 

2. 

2.  5.4 

Neh''  Whipple 

30 

33 

4 

2. 

3. 

2.11.0 

Zenas  Ross 

30 

33 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.11.0 

Stephen  Mead 

30 

30 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.10.0 

Simeon  Wright,  Jr. 

30 

30 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.10.0 

Eben'  Pratt 

30 

25 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.   8.4 

David  Whipple 

30 

30 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.10.0 

Jona.  Whipple 

7 

12 

4 

2. 

2. 

0.13.4 

Saml.  Sheldon 

7 

12 

4 

2. 

2. 

0.13.4 

Eben'-  Tuttle 

7 

12 

4 

2. 

2. 

0.13.4 

Joseph  Chipman 

7 

12 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.13.4 

Henry  White 

7 

12 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.13.4 

Isaac  Mead 

7 

12 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.13.4 

Neh*"  Gates 

25 

20 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.   0.0 

Moses  Pratt 

30 

30 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.12.0 

Eben"^  Stearns 

30 

24 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.  8.0 

Saml.  Murdock 

30 

24 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.  8.0 

Henry  Mead 

30 

30 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.12.0 

Joshua  Pratt 

30 

10 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.  3.4 

John  Moses,  Jr. 

30 

24 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.  8.0 

Silas  Pratt,  Jr. 

30 

33 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.11.0 

Joel  Smith 

30 

34 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.  8.0 

Solomon  Purdy 

30 

24 

4 

2. 

2.  ' 

2.  8.0 

Shubel  Moses 

•20 

16 

4 

2. 

2. 

1.12.0 

George  Alford 

30 

33 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.11.0 

Saml.  Wiswall 

18 

20 

4 

2. 

2. 

1.10.8 

Dan  Gideons 

30 

24 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.  8.0 

Jabesh  Gideons 

30 

24 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.  8.0 

Benj.  Whipple 

15 

20 

4 

2. 

2. 

1.  6.8 

Aaron  Miller 

30 

30 

4 

2. 

2. 

2.10.0 

Aaron  Reed 

30 

30 

4 

2. 

2, 

2.10.0 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


301 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Per 
mile 

Subsist- 
ence 
per  day 

Pay  per 

month 

Total 

David  Kingsley 

15 

20 

4d 

2. 

2. 

1.  6.8 

Elihu  Johnson 

16 

15 

4 

2. 

2. 

1.  6.4 

Hezekiah  Tuttle 

15 

24 

4 

2. 

2. 

I.  8.0 

Zebulon  Mead,  Jr. 

6 

17 

4 

2. 

2. 

0.14.0 

Saml.  Gary 

15 

16 

4 

2. 

2. 

1.  5.4 

W"  [Willard]  Umphrey 

6 

10 

4 

2. 

2. 

0.11.4 

John  Ellis 

8 

10 

4 

2. 

2. 

0.14.0 

Jona.  Sweet 

6 

8 

4 

2. 

2, 

0.10.8 

Simeon  Wright 

20 

2 

4 

2. 

2. 

1.14.0 

John  Johnson 

6 

8 

4 

2. 

2. 

0.10.8 

Ezra  Mead 

6 

0 

4 

2. 

2. 

1.  1.4 

Abel  Wrig-ht 

30 

33 

4 

2. 

2.11.0 

Isaac  Martin 

7 

0.13.4 

Pay  Table  Office,  May  30,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  is  exam- 
ined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  being  one  hundred  and   twelve  pounds,  seventeen  shillings 

and  ten  pence.  Thomas  Chittenden,  }  ^  ... 

T.-f       T-,  r  \_.ommitiee. 

imothy  Brownson,  \ 

Reed.  May  30,  1781,  of  the  Treasurer,  one  hundred  and  twelve 
pounds  seventeen  shillings  and  ten  pence,  being  the  contents  of 
the  above  order. 

;^112.17.10  Nathl.  Blanchard,  Capt. 

♦Note. — Footing  of  column  cut  oflf  in  binding. 

[367]  \Detachment  under  Ensign  Williafn  Hoar'\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Milage  and  wages  of  a  militia  company,  com- 
manded by  Ens''  Hoar,  from  Oct.  23*^  to  Nov.  4,  1780. 


Names 


W"  Hoar,  En. 
John  Smith,   Serert. 
W"  Hosmer,        '^ 
Peter  Tarbell,     Corpl. 
Oliver  Atwood,       " 
Asa  Ames 
David  Brooks 
Robert  Campbell 
George  Earl,  Jr. 
Artemas  Earl 
Abner  Gile 
Nathan  Gile 
Job  Gleason 
Jona.  GosB 


Miles 

Per 

Amt. 

Time  in 

mile 

travel 

service 

60 

4d 

1.0.0 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

Total 


3.  6 
2.  1 
2.  1 

1.18 
1.18 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 
1.17 


10 
8 
8 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


w 


"  O  m 

a  c3  ® 
I  a.2  o 
•  o       a> 


302 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 


John  Goss 
Johnson  Hutchinson 
Charles  Mann 
Amos  Sar^eant 
Nathl.  Stone 


Miles 

Per 

Amt. 

Time  in 

mile 

travel 

service 

60 

4d 

1 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

60 

4 

13 

Total 


1.17.  4 

1.17.  4 

1.17.  4 

1.17.  4 

1.17.  4 

37.  8.  4 

0.  8.  8= 


£'61.18.0 


Pay  Table  Office. — The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and 
approved  and  the  ^I'reasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Ensign 
William  Hoar,  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  thirty  seven-pounds 
eighteen  shillings  lawful  monev. 

Windsor,  April  6,  1781.        Thos.  Chittenden,    l  p„^,^..._ 

John  Fassett,  \  '-O'^^^^^ee 

Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq.  Treasurer,  thirty-seven  pounds 
eighteen  shillings  in  full  of  the  within  account.  Reed  this  6**^  day 
of  April,  1781,  in  behalf  of  Thomas  Chandler,  Esq. 

Reuben  Jones. 


[289] 


[Ca//.  James  Andersoji  s  Company  (parf)^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Men  out  of  Capt.  James  Anderson's  Company  of 
Militia  in  Col.  Eben''  Wood's  Regiment,  beginning  Oct.  25,  1780, 
and  ending  Nov.  7,  1780. 


Names 


Sergt.  Robt.  Montgomery 
James  Mack 
Archibald  Mack 
Jona.  Aiken 
John  Mack 
John  Roger 
Andrew  Anderson 
John  Macomack 


Days 

Per 
day 

Miles 

Per 

mile 

13 

1.8 

77 

4d 

13 

1.4 

70 

4 

13 

1.4 

70 

4 

13 

1.4 

72 

4 

13 

1.4 

76 

4 

13 

1.4 

70 

4 

13 

1.4 

74 

4 

13 

1.4 

72 

4 

Total 


2  8.  2 

2.  0.  8 

2.  0.  8 

2.  1.  4 

2.  2.  8 

2.  0.  8 

2.  2.  0 

2.  1.  4 

^16.17.  6 


Robert  Montgomery,  Sergt. 

Examined  by  Thos.  Tolman. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


303 


,ommittee. 


Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Sergt.  Robert 
Montgomery  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  sixteen  pounds  seventeen 
shillings  and  six  pence,  lawful  money. 

Thos. Chittenden,  )  ,, 
John  Fassett,  j 

Reed.   28th   May,    1781,   of  the  Treasurer,    the   contents  of  the 
within  Pay  Roll.  Pr  me, 

;^16.17.6.  Robert  Montgomery. 

[138,  dupl  335]  [Ca/f.   Nathaniel  Smith's  Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of-Capt.  Nathl.  Smith's  Company  of  Militia  in  Col. 
Ira  Allen's  Regiment  for  service  done  in  the  months  of  Oct.  and 
Nov.  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Travel 
30  miles 

Total 

Nathan'i  Smith,  Capt. 

18 

3 

6.   6.   0 

Enos  Harmon,  Lt. 

18 

3 

4.16.   4 

W™  Smith,               Sergt. 

18 

3 

2.18.   9 

Stephen  Eastman,     " 

18 

3 

2  18.   9 

W"  Spencer, 

18 

3 

2  18.   9 

Josiah  Risdon,     Corp. 

13 

2 

1.19.   0 

Eliph'  Smith, 

5 

1 

0.17.   0 

David  Tousley,        " 

5 

1 

0.17.   0 

Dudley  Hamilton 

11 

2 

1.14.   8 

Ashbel  Sikes 

18 

3 

2.14.   0 

Saml.  Thomas 

8 

1 

1.   0.   8 

Charles  Hamilton 

8 

1 

1.   0.   8 

Jona.  Church 

13 

2 

1.17.  4 

Benj.  Davis 

■  8 

1 

1.  0.   8 

Pliny  Smith 

5 

1 

0.16.   8 

Jona.  Eastman 

5 

1 

0.16.   8 

Calvin   Eastman 

8 

1 

1.  0.   8 

Oliver  Eastman 

5 

1 

0.16.   8 

Bill.  Tousley 

13 

2 

1.17.   4 

Solomon  Read 

11 

2 

1.14.   8 

Lebbens  Stannard 

5 

0.   6.   8 

Onesimus  Risdon 

5 

1 

0.16.   8 

;^41.    5.    7 

Rupert,  17  March,  1781 


Nathan^  Smith,  Capt. 


304  STATE    OF    VERMONT 

For  Rations  not  drawn  in  the  Fall  Alarm £,  1.16.0 

41.  0.7 

;£43.   1.7 

This  Roll  being  calculated  at  ;^8  per  30  days  for  a  captain, 
5/10  for  Lieutenant,  ;£%.  8  for  sergeant,  2.4  for  corporals,  and  ;,{^2  for 
privates,  with  4"^  per  mile  for  30  miles  by  general  estimate  from  here 
to  Castleton. 

The  within  payroll  examined  aad  approved  and  the  Treasurer 
is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  forty-three  pounds  one  shil- 
ling and  seven  pence.  Thos.  Chittenden,  \  p 

Timoy  Brownson,   f 

Pay  Table  Office,     29  May,  1781. 

Date  above  received  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 
^43.1.7  Noah  Smith,  Capt. 


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Martin  Marble 
Roger  Holcomb 
Uriah  Harmon 
John  Harmon 
Jos.  Ohurchel 
Roswell  Barnes 
Asa  Barnes 
Moses  Barnes 
Umph  Negro 
Joua.  Holcomb 
Eben"^  Barker 
Lot  Fuller 
Roger  Savage 
Moses  Bush 
Gideon  King 
Eben'  Stevens 
Solomon  Ranst'ord 
W'"  Manley,  Jr. 
Phineas  Royce 
Moses  Royce 
John  Concopatts 
A.  Concopatts 
Moses  Thangokeheek 
Saml.  Littleman 
Benj.  Pye 
Hend''  Seekheek 

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307 


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oath  to  the  above  pay  roll  before  me.                                                 W°^  Goodrich,  Justice  of  Peace. 

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Benj.  Ephraim 
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Isaac  Neham 
Isaac  Wnaupeh 
Peter  Tawpanpeet 
Jona  Attoksin 
David  Nesanankhuk 
Jacob  Naunaupetonky 
Trias  Oharp 
Cornelius  Hukmuk 
Cornelius  Whenuppan- 
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308 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[225,  see  last  roll]  [Major  William  Goodrich  and  Staffl 

A  Field  Officer's  Roll  for  Continental  Pay  for  Maj.  William 
Goodrich,  who  by  the  desire  and  request  of  Governor  Chittenden 
and  Brig.  Gen.  Ethan  Allen  marched  with  troops  in  defense  of  the 
country  and  to  guard  the  frontiers  in  the  State  of  Vermont. 
Oct.  23,  1780. 


Names 

Per 

month 

Time  of 
engage- 
ment 

Dis- 
charge 

Miles 

William  Goodrich,  Maj^ 
Danl.  Johnson,  Adj*. 
Tirao.  Winchell,  Qu.  M^ 

15.0.0 

12.0.0 

8.0.0 

Oct.  23 

Nov.  4 
1 1    ii 

50 
60 
50 

17.   5.8 
6.14.8 
4.   9.8 

^28.10.0 

State  of  Vermont.     Pay  Table  Office,  June  22,  1781. 

The  within  account  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer 

is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  unto  Major  William  Goodrich, 

being  twenty-eight  pounds  and  ten  shillings. 

Timo.  Brownson,  )  ^  ... 

T   u     04.  r  Committee. 

John  Strong,  ) 


June  22,  1781. 
this  order. 


;^28.10.0 


Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 

Pr  W.  Goodrich 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


309 


[98] 


\Capt.  Sa??iuel  Williams'  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Saml.  Williams'  Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Eben''  Allen's  Regiment  for  going  on  several  alarms  in 
October  and  November,  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Wages 

Saml.  Williams,    Capt. 

30 

36 

8  12.  0 

Asa  Fuller,             Lt. 

30 

36 

6.  0.  0 

Gideon  Walker,     En. 

30 

36 

6.  0.  0 

Oliver  Hermon,    Clerk 

30 

36 

3.  0.  0 

Nathl.  Perry,         Sergt. 

30 

36 

3.   0.  0 

Isaiah  Honawell,  Sergt. 

30 

36 

3.  0.  0 

Jared  Post,             Sergt. 

30 

36 

3.  0.  0 

Ashbel  Cook,         Corpl. 

18 

24 

1.14.  3 

Jeremiah  Dewey,  Fifer 

7 

12 

13.11 

Amos  Hiams 

12 

12 

1.  0.  0 

Jona.  Carpenter 

18 

24 

1.12.  0 

Noah  Beach 

12 

12 

1.  0.  0 

Gershom  Beach,  Jr. 

10 

12 

17.  4 

Aaron  Beach 

7 

12 

13.   4 

John  Scripture 

14 

12 

1.  2.  8 

Philip  Green 

30 

36 

2.12.   0 

Elias  Post 

7 

12 

13.   4 

Nathl.   Pratt 

10 

12 

17.   4 

Frederick  Cushman 

30 

36 

2.12.   0 

Reuben  Post 

7 

12 

0.13.   4 

Joseph  Hawley 

30 

36 

2.12.   0 

Josiah  Hale 

7 

12 

13.   4 

Thos.   Hale 

30 

36 

2.12 

Henry  Strong 

30 

36 

2.12 

Phineas  Hill 

30 

36 

2.12 

David  Hill 

30 

36 

2.12 

Solomon  Hill 

3 

10 

1.  4 

John  Daggett 

30 

36 

2.12 

Alexander  Bebee 

30 

36 

2.12 

Munson  Cook 

20 

24 

1.14.  8 

Clement  Clark 

7 

12 

13.  4 

Saml.  Beach 

14 

12 

1.  2.  8 

Eben^  Cook 

20 

24 

1.14.   8 

Allen  Beach 

7 

12 

Joseph  Sacket 

30 

36 

2.12 

David  Hawley 

2 

6 

4.  8 

310 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Wages 

Enos   Ives,  Jr. 

30 

36 

2.12 

Jared  Ives 

18 

24 

1.12 

Saml.  McConnell 

7 

12 

13.  4 

Miles  Baldwin 

30 

36 

2.12 

Stephen  Williams 

30 

36 

2.12 

John  Hindman 

30 

36 

2.12 

Joseph  Hustono 

14 

12 

1.  2.  8 

David   Tuttle 

30 

36 

2.12. 

Sylvanus  Brown 

7 

12 

13.  4 

Amasa  Ladd 

14 

12 

1.  2.  8 

James  Carpenter 

14 

12 

1.  2.  8 

Levi  Long 

12 

12 

1.  0.  0 

Justin  Brewster 

14 

12 

1.  2.   8 

John  Frise 

10 

12 

17.   4 

Edward  Waters 

20 

24 

1.14.  8 

Daniel  Greenough 

10 

12 

17.  4 

Phineas  Kingsley 

10 

12 

17.  4 

Eleazer  Wheel ock 

10 

12 

17.  4 

Moses  Andrews 

14 

12 

1.  2.   8 

Jehiel  Andrews 

10 

12 

17.  4 

Archipus  Blodgett 

4 

12 

9.  4 

Danl.   Squire 

4 

12 

9.   4 

Nathl.  Whitney 

4 

12 

9.   4 

John  Ward 

4 

12 

9.   4 

Saml.  Carr 

30 

36 

2.12 

John  Rockwell 

3 

2 

4.   8 

James  Bentley 

4 

12 

9.   4 

Nathl.  Hinkley 

2 

6 

4.   8 

Isaac  Cushman 

30 

36 

2.12 

John  Forbes 

30 

36 

2.12 

John  Andrews 

2 

12 

0.   6.   3 

;^120.  2.  2 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


311 


[342]  [A  Party  under  command  of  Ensign  Solomon  Calkins\ 

A  Pay  Roll  for  a  party  of  men  that  served  in  the  state  service, 
by  order,  and  under  the  inspection  of  Brig.  Genl.  Olcott,  in  the 
month  of  Nov.  1780. 


1 

Names 

Miles 

Days 

Total 

En.  Solomon  Calkins 

17 

3. 

12. 

3 

Sergt.  Abel  Crandall 

17 

6. 

4 

Corpl.  Absalom  Brown 

12 

26 

16. 

10 

"       Charles  Chaniberlin 

17 

8. 

1 

Phineas  Bean 

26 

14. 

8 

Jona.  Rich 

17 

2. 

8 

Zerah  Norton 

26 

14. 

8 

Jona.  Rich.  Jr. 

26 

14. 

8 

James  Ardway 

17 

J_ , 

2. 

8 

Frederick  Smith 

26 

14. 

8 

Cushman  Downer 

12 

26 

J-» 

18. 

8 

Richard  Baxter 

12 

17 

6. 

8 

Abijah  Howard 

12 

26 

18. 

8 

Jona.  Cadwell 

12 

26 

18. 

8 

William  Moor 

12 

17 

6. 

8 

.^^25. 

17. 

5 

A  true  pay  roll. 


Solomon  Calkins. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  27, 1781.  The  v^ithin  pay  roll  exam ined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  to  Solomon 
Calkins,  or  bearer,  the  within  sum,  being  twenty  five  pounds, 
seventeen  shillings  and  five  pence,  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chandler,    \ 
Timo.  Brownson,  >  Com^^ 
John  Strong,  ) 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order,  being  twenty-five  pounds  seventeen  shillings  and  five 
pence,  la";ful  money.      Reed  in  behalf  of  Solomon  Calkins. 

Israel  Smith. 


312 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[251] 


[A  Party  Commanded  by  Lieut.  John  Poweir\ 


A  Pay  Roll  for  a  party  of  Men  raised  in  Thetford  and  Strafford, 
under  the  command  of  Lt.  John  Powell,  for  one  month. 
Bennington,  Nov.  9,  1780. 


Days 

1  Lieut. 

1  Sergt. 

9  Privates 

1  Private  14  days 

Total, 

14 
14 
14 

5.     8.   0 

2.     8.  0 

18.     0.  0 

1.     0.   0 

^26.   16.   0 

John  Powell,  Lieut. 

The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treas- 
urer is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  twenty-six  pounds 
sixteen  shillings  hard  money,  or  equivalent  in  current  paper. 

Thos.  Chittenden, 
Timo.  Browuson, 
John  Fassett. 

Orford,  2  Jan.  1781.  To  the  Treasurer  of  the  State  of  Vermont  : 
Sir — Please  to  discount  ten  pounds  on  the  above  order  for 
Aaron  Post's  right  in  Vershire;  ten  pounds  for  John  Powell's  right; 
four  pounds  on  John  Woodwortht's  right;  two  pounds  sixteen 
shillings  on  Esq.  Bartholomew's  right,  which  is  the  whole  of  the 
order,  and  oblige,     Yours,  John  Powell. 

Reed.  Windsor,  Feb.  23*^,  1781,  of  the  Treasurer,  the  contents 
of  the  above  order. 

^26.   16.  0  John  Powell. 


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313 


[249] 


[Scouts  from  Capt.  Cox's  Company^ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt,  Cox's  Company  of  Militia,  for  Scouting  on 
these  Frontiers,  Nov.  1780. 


Names 

Time  of 
service 

Days 

Miles 

Per 

day 

Total 

Joseph  Bejam 
Joseph  Foster 
George  Page 

Nov.  2 

2 
2 
2 

12 
12 
12 

1.  4 
1.  4 
1.  4 

0.  6.   8 
0.  6.   8 
0.  6.   8 

£1.  0.  0 

I  attest  the  above  rolls  are  without   fraud  to  the  public  or  any 
private  person,  Elias  Keyes,  Lieut. 

Pay  Table  Office,  June  23,  1781.     The  within  pay  rolls  exam- 

ined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same, 

being  six  pounds  ten  shillings. 

Timo.  Brownson   )  ^ 

T  1,     17        4.4-  r  Committee. 

John  Fassett  ) 

June  25,  1781.     Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 

£6.  10.  0  Joseph  Foster. 


314 


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See  "ast  roll]  ^^^^^-   >-^^^^   Tyler's  ComJ>afiy] 

A  Roll  of  milage  money  due  unto  Capt  Joseph  Tyler's  Com- 
pany in  six  weeks  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  being  omitted 
in  a  former  pay  roll  for  the  pay  of  s^  company. 


Names 

Miles 

P--  mile 

Total 

Joseph  Tyler,  Capt. 

65 

4d 

1.   1.  8 

Jona.  Park,  Lt. 

70 

4 

1.  3.  4 

Isaac  Wheeler,  En 

80 

4 

1.   6.   8 

Seth  Hutson,  Sergt 

75 

4 

1.   5.   0 

David  Williams,  Sergt 

90 

4 

1.10.   0 

Daniel  Kise,              " 

75 

4 

1.   5.   9 

David  Heaton,          " 

75 

4 

1.   5.   0 

Eph™  Barns,         Corpl. 

65 

4 

1.   1.   8 

Thos.  Haskell. 

80 

4 

1.   6.   8 

Rufus  Shepard, 

90 

4 

1.10.   8 

Jona.  Pike, 

80 

4 

1.   6.   8 

Asher  Alvord,          " 

80 

4 

1.   6.   8 

Peter  Akins, 

60 

4 

1.   0.   0 

Jona.  Whitney,         " 

90 

4 

1.10.   0 

Samuel  Parker 

90 

4 

1.10.  0 

Apollos  Hale  . 

90 

4 

1.10.   0 

Moses  Church 

90 

4 

1.10.   0 

Saml.   Laughton 

75 

4 

1.   5.   0 

Joel  Knight 

75 

4 

1.   5.   0 

Abel  Haven 

75 

4 

1.   5.   0 

Jno.  Patterson 

75 

4 

1.   5.   0 

Arch"^  M<^Cormick 

60 

4 

1.   0.   0 

Jona.  Clayton 

64 

4 

1.   1.   4 

Joshua  Bridge 

75 

4 

1.   5.   0 

Elias  Rice 

90 

4 

1.10.   0 

James  Rail 

80 

4 

1.   6.   8 

Saml.  Woodward 

90 

4 

1.10.   0 

Albert  Pratt 

90 

4 

1.10.   0 

Nathl.  Bartlet 

90 

4 

1.10.   0 

Eph""  Brucs 

70 

4 

1.   3.   4 

John  Miller 

75 

4 

1.   5.   0 

Ab"^  Rugg 

80 

4 

1.   6.   8 

John  Montgomery 

60 

4 

1.   0.   0 

Aaron  Blanchard 

60 

4 

1.   0.   0 

Abner  Moore 

75 

4 

1.   5.  0 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


317 


Names 


Erastus  Mather 
Eleazer  Harris 
John  Green 
Dana  Hyde 
Seth  Stow 
Charles  Pierce 
Philm"  Holden  . 
Benoni  Patten 
Nathan  Foster 
Henry  Balcom 
Araariah  Taft 
Daniel  Sweers 
David  Laughton 
Abel  Butler 


Miles 


P'  mile 


90 

4 

90 

4 

75 

4 

75 

4 

75 

4 

75 

4 

75 

4 

75 

4 

75 

4 

70 

4 

65 

4 

75 

4 

75 

4 

75 

4 

Total 


1.10 


1.10 

1.  5 

1.  5.  0 

1.  5.  0 

1.  5.  0 

1.  5.  0 

1.  5.  0 

1.  5.  0 

1.  3.  4 

1.  1.  8 

1.  5.  0 

1.  5.  0 

1.  5.  0 

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This  may  certify  that  in  a  former  Pay  Roll  of  my  company,  no 
traveling  fee  was  made;  that  the  above  roll  now  made  is  just,  and 
that  myself  nor  none  of  my  officers  or  men  drew  any  subsistence 
from  the  State  on  their  march  to  or  from  the  camp  in  the  months 
of  October  and  Nov.  1780,  for  which  travel  the  above  is  made,  ac- 
cording to  the  best  of  my  knowledge. 

Attest,  Joseph  Tyler,  Capt. 

Arlington,  Nov.  24,  1781.  Then  personally  appeared  Maj. 
Joseph  Tyler  and  made  oath  to  the  truth  of  the  above. 

Before  me,  Saml.  Fletcher,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  18,  1783.  The  foregoing 
roll  being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  contents  of  the  same  to  Thomas  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster^ 
the  sum  of  sixty-two  pounds  sixteen  shillings  and  four  pence,  tak- 
ing his  receipt.  Timo.    Brownson,  |  ^ 

1    T>     .1 -J.  r  L-ommitiee 

ami.   Bartlit,         [ 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order, 
Arlington,  Oct.  2^  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


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[200] 


\^Capt.    William  Hutchins    Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  William  Hutchins'  Company  in  Maj. 
Eben''  Allen's  Detachment  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont. 
1780-1. 


Names 

Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of  pay 

Expira- 
tion 
of  pay 

Time 
in  service 

Pay  per 
month 

Total 

Mo. 

Days 

Wm.  Hutchins,  Capt. 

Jan, 

28 

Nov.  BO 

10 

4 

8. 

81.  1.4 

James  Brookins,  Lt. 

Feb. 

Ist 

1(            K 

10 

5.8 

54.  0.0 

Josiah  Fish.  Lt. 

Aug 

2 

1  (            1  < 

3 

29 

21.  8.5 

John  Hutchins,       Sergt. 

Feb 

1 

1  (            1  ( 

10 

2.8 

24.   0.0 

Daniel  Wood, 

(( 

<i 

1  (            11 

10 

24.   0.0 

Levi  Hill. 

(1 

<' 

1  (            It 

10 

24.   0.0 

John  Marks,               " 

1 1 

26 

1  (            1  < 

9 

4 

21.18.4 

Stephen  Cleveland, 

Q.  M.  sergt. 

<i 

1 

1(            1( 

10 

24.  0.0 

Nathl.  Montague,  Corp' 

(1 

18 

<<            .  1 

9 

11 

2.4 

20.11.7 

EliPember, 

( ( 

1 

11            1  ( 

10 

22.  0.0 

Levi  Dunton,             " 

a 

(( 

1  (            1  ( 

10 

22.   0.0 

Lem'  Cleveland,        " 

ti 

1  { 

1  <            11 

10 

22.   0.0 

Alpheus  Wentworth,  Drum"^ 

<t 

1  c 

11            11 

10 

22.   0.0 

Frederick  Smith,  fifer 

(( 

t  ( 

11            11 

10 

22.   0.0 

Oliver  Whipple,  private 

t  < 

1 1 

1  i            1  ( 

10 

2. 

20.  0.0 

Nathan  Clapp 

<< 

11 

I  (            1  < 

10 

20.   0.0 

Peter  Payne 

(( 

(1 

11            It 

10 

20.   0.0 

Rufus  Perrigo 

( ( 

(< 

11            It 

10 

20.   0.0 

Darius  Moon 

c< 

<1 

11            11 

10 

20.   0.0 

Anthony  Coffee 

i  i 

i  1 

11            It 

10 

20.   0.0 

John  Miller 

<  t 

1  < 

11            11 

10 

20.  0.0 

Levi  Stockwell 

t  ( 

(1 

It            It 

10 

20.  0.0 

Gardner  Cleveland 

(i 

20 

1  (            1  ( 

9 

10 

18.13.4 

Isaac  Buck 

1 1 

19 

1  (            1< 

9 

11 

18.14.8 

Thomas  Brown 

11 

20 

It            11 

9 

10 

18.13.4 

William  Branch 

n 

19 

(<            It 

9 

11 

18.14.8 

Jonas  Odell 

1( 

19 

t  (            11 

9 

11 

18.14.8 

James  Weston 

(1 

26 

t  1            l' 

9 

4 

18.  5.4 

James  Pierce 

(( 

ii 

C(            It 

9 

4 

18.  5.4 

George  Bay 

1  ( 

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It            (t 

9 

4 

18.  5.4 

Louden  Benton 

<  ( 

11 

It            11 

9 

4 

18.  5.4 

Jona.  House 

<i 

19 

It            t< 

9 

11 

18.14.8 

Henry  Wyman 

it 

26 

It            11 

9 

4 

18.  5.4 

Sterling  Stearns 

t  % 

c< 

H          It 

9 

4 

18.   5.4 

Abel  Dunning 

i  < 

1 

It        It 

10 

20.  0.0 

Benj.  Parks 

t( 

19 

It        It 

9 

11 

18.14.8 

William  Wheeler 

11 

(1 

It        It 

9 

11 

18.14.8 

Rufus  Briggs 

Mar. 

1 

It        If 

9 

18.  0.0 

William  Mallery 

t  ( 

ii 

t(        It 

9 

18.  0.0 

Wyman  Averill 

(( 

(( 

It         It 

9 

18.  0.0 

Elijah  Rood 

Feb. 

17 

It       It 

9 

18 

19.  4.0 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


321 


Names 

Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of  pay 

Expira- 
tion 
of  pay 

Time 
in  service 

Pay  per 
month 

Total 

• 

Mo. 

Days 

James  Hanley 

Feb.   26 

Nov.  30 

9 

4 

18.  5.4 

Jona.  Olds 

1 

(  C            It 

10 

20.  0.0 

Truman  Walter 

11       <t 

10 

20.  0.0 

Ichabod  Downing 

(1      ( t 

10 

20.  0.0 

W'"  Hutchinson 

"      19 

9 

11 

18.14.8 

W»'  Briggs 

^'        1 

10 

20.  0.0 

Eben'^  Barns 

1  <       (1 

10 

20.  0.0 

Oliver  Wright 

"      26 

9 

4 

18.  5.4 

Jesse  Averill 

(1       1 1 

9 

4 

18.  5.4 

Silas  Hathaway 

1 

10 

20.  0.0 

Thomas  Turner 

Mar.     1 

9 

18.  0.0 

Eph'"  Westcoat 

Feb.     1 

10 

20.  0.0 

Benj.  Winchester 

Jan.      1 

6 

12.  0.0 

Benj.  Sweet 

Mar      1 

9 

18.  0.0 

James  Hoyt 

June     1 

G 

12.  0.0 

John  Pratt 

May      1 

7 

14.  0.0 

Stephen  Pratt 

(1             11 

7 

14.  0.0 

Anthony  Farr 

Feb.   19 

9 

11 

18.14.8 

Stephen  Jenkins 

1 

10 

20.  0.0 

John  Aylesworth 

Sept.  14 

2 

16 

5.  1.4 

James  Pratt 

"      16 

2 

14 

4.18.8 

Sam'  Pratt 

"      24 

2 

6 

4.18.0 

Silas  Roberts 

( (       It 

2 

6 

4.18.0 

Eben"  Spencer 

Mar.     2 

1 

8 

29 

17.18.8 

Isaac  March 

Sept.  29 

2 

2 

4.  2.8 

William  Burrip 

(1       tt 

2 

2 

4.   2.8 

Tho'  Eeed 

Feb.     1 

10 

20.  0.0 

Total ^  1322. 15.8 

Capt.    Hutchins'    subsistence    10    mo.    4  days  @  40/ 

per  month 20.  5.4 

L'  Brookins'    Do.     10  mos.  @  20/  10.  0.0 

L' Fish's           D"        3      "      29  days  @  20/  3.19.4 


£1^^7.  0.4 


Attest,  William  Hutchins,  Capt. 

Arlington,    Feb.    2,    1781.     Then    personally   appeared   Capt. 
William  Hutchins  and  made  solemn  oath  that  this  pay  roll,  which 
he  has  signed,  is  a  just  and  true  roll,  without  fraud  to  the  State  of 
Vermont  or  any  individual,  according  to  his  best  knowledge. 
Before  me,         Thomas  Chittenden,  Governor 

Pay  Table  Office  )  The  within  Pay  Roll  being    examined    and 

No.  47  i"  approved,   the  Treasurer  is  hereby   directed  to 

pay  the  same  to  Thomas  Tolman  (Paymaster  to  the  Troops  of  this 

[21J 


322 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


State)  being  the  sum   of  one  thousand  three  hundred  and  fifty- 
seven    pounds   and    four   pence,    in     hard    money  or    other    cur- 
rency, money  equivalent,  the  said  Paymaster  to  be  accountable. 
Given  at  Arlington  this  2nd  day  of  February,  1781. 

Tho'  Chittenden,  I  ^ 

T   ,      -r,         .^         '  r  Committee. 

John  Fassett,  \ 

Received  the  within  in  full.     March  20,  1782. 

;^13o7.0.4  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 

[264]  [^Capt.   Parinelee  Allen  s  Company\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen's  Company  of  Rangers,  Maj. 
Ebene.  Allen's  Detachment,  raised  for  the  defense  of  the  State  of 
Vermont,  commencing  Feb.  1st,  and  ending  the  1st  of  December, 
A.  D.  1780.  both  days  included. 


Names  and  Eank 

Com- 
mence 

ment 
of  pa^ 

Time 
-     of  service 

Pay 

per 
month 

When 
dis- 
charged 

Amount 
of  pay 

^    Mos. 

Days 

D 

1780 

Capt.  Parmelee  Allen 

Feb.^ 

1       10 

8.0.0 

Dec.   1 

80.  0.0 

Lt    Nathl.  Holmes 

'       10 

5.8 

54.  0.0 

"   James  Smith 

'       10 

5.8 

54.  0.0 

Sergt.  (Tabez  Warren 

'       10 

2.8 

24.  0.0 

Thomas  Tuttle 

'       10 

2.8 

24.  0.0 

Saml.  Smith 

'       10 

2.8 

24.  0.0 

"       Joseph  Lawrence 

'        10 

2.8 

24.  0.0 

Fifer  Bishop  Warren 

'       10 

2.4 

22.  0.0 

Drm.  Stephen  Savy 

'       10 

2.4 

22.   0.0 

Corpl.  Jona.  Marshall 

<       10 

2.4 

22.  0.0 

Daniel  Foot 

'       10 

2.4 

22.   0.0 

"       John  Blanchard 

10 

2.4 

22.   0.0 

"       Nathan  Rowley 

'       10 

2.4 

22.  0.0 

John  How 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Isaac  Adams 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Silas  Fletcher 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Eleazer  Mallory 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Martin  Foot 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

James  Woodward 

t  (           ( 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Pharis  Rice 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Philemon  Johnson 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Nathan  Warren 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Benj.  Ticknor 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Solomon  Wood 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Richard  Haskins 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Timo.  Clark 

'      10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

2''  Eben.  Woodward 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Joseph  Aaron 

'       10 

2.4 

20.  0.0 

Joseph  Craw 

4 

2.4 

Died 
June  10 

8.  0.0 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


323 


Names  and  Rank 

Com- 
mence- 
ment 
of  pay 

Time 
of   service 

1 

Pay 

per 
month 

When 
dis- 
charged 

Amount 
of  pay 

• 

Mos. 

Days 

1780 

Samuel  Holmes 

Feb.  1 

10 

2.4 

Dec.    1 

20.  0.0 

Hopkins  Rowley 

ti     1  i 

10 

2.4 

it      11 

20.  0.0 

Azariel  Brooks" 

'(            !• 

10 

2.4 

(1      1  ( 

20.  0.0 

Asa  Hale 

((             (  1 

10 

2.4 

.1      (I 

20.  0.0 

Jesse  Graves 

4(             <l 

10 

2.4 

1  (      ( ( 

20.  0.0 

Jon"  Newton 

11             <l 

10 

2.4 

(1       (1 

20.  0.0 

Edward  Mooren 

"     10 

9 

20 

2.4 

1  (       11 

19.  6.8 

Miles  Woolman 

1  (      1  ( 

9 

20 

2.4 

((      '1 

19.   6.8 

Ebene.  Lewis 

<•       >  ( 

9 

20 

2.4 

<i       1 1 

19.  6.8 

Jona.  Tyler 

«'     <( 

9 

20 

2.4 

(1       11 

19.  6.8 

Benj.  Andrus 

{ (        ( ( 

9 

20 

2.4 

1  (      11 

19.   6.8 

Amos  Bennet 

(1      >  ( 

2 

20 

2.4 

Deserted 
May    1 

5.  6.8 

William  Graves 

"     20 

9 

10 

2.4 

Dec.   1 

18.13.4 

John  Odell 

"     20 

9 

10 

2.4 

1  <      ( . 

18.13.4 

Ira  Rood 

11     ( ( 

9 

10 

2.4 

(1       if 

18.13.4 

John  Byington 

•  <     It 

1 

10 

2.4 

Deserted 
Aug.   1 

2.13.4 

Bethuel  Brumbley 

Mar.  1 

9 

0 

2.4 

Dec.    1 

18.  0.0 

Zebina  Day 

1 1     ( ( 

9 

0 

2.4 

11      1  ( 

18.  0.0 

Anthony  Day 

<<     (i 

9 

0 

2.4 

18.  0.0 

Moses  Ambler 

1  <     i< 

9 

10 

2.0.0 

<(       ( > 

18.  0.0 

John  Zertzy  [Teitzy] 

i(     11 

9 

10 

2.0.0 

((       ( ( 

18.  0.0 

Jabez  Spencer 

>i     (1 

9 

10 

2.0.0 

1 1       11 

18.  0.0 

Ebene.  Woodward 

i(    .  < 

9 

10 

2.0.0 

<(       II 

18.  0.0 

John  Christee 

.  (     11 

9 

10 

2.0.0 

1  (      (( 

18.  0.0 

Seth  Harman  [Hinman] 

"      6 

8 

24 

2.0.0 

((      >( 

17.12.0 

Frederick  Hurd 

It     11 

8 

24 

2.0.0 

1  (      <i 

17.12.0 

Waliis  Sunderland 

1  (     (< 

8 

24 

2.0.0 

(1       <  i 

17.12.0 

Freeman  Foot 

(1     (1 

8 

24 

2.0.0 

( t      11 

17.12.0 

Waterman  Eells 

<1           •! 

8 

24 

2.0.0 

11       11 

17.12.0 

Chauncey  Abbot 

April  1 

8 

24 

2.0.0 

II       ii 

16.12.0 

Reuben  Smith 

May  " 

7 

24 

2.0.0 

((      1  ( 

14.12.0 

Plin  Stanard 

((     1  ( 

7 

24 

2.0.0 

<(              '! 

14.12.0 

Asaph  Shelden 

Sept.  1 

3 

24 

2.0.0 

<1              1  ( 

6.12.0 

Phineas  Smith 

1  (     1  ( 

3 

24 

2.0.0 

((              11 

6.12.0 

Joseph  Cook 

"    10 

o 

20 

2.0.0 
To 

11               11 

tal— 

5.   6.8 

;^1298.13.4 

324 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Account  of  Subsistence  Money  due  from  the  State  of  Vermont 
to  the  officers  of  Capt.  Parmelee  Allen's  Company  from  Feb.  1st. 
till  Dec.  1st.  1780. 


Capt.  Parmelee  Allen 
Lt.  Nathl.  Holmes 
"   James  Smith 


Total  amount  of  pay  and  subsistence  money,  ;;^1338.13.4 

Attest,  Parmelee  Allen,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  The  within  Pay  Roll  being  examined  and 
approved  in  this  office,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Thomas  Tolman,  Paymaster  to  the  troops  of  this  State, 
being  the  sum  of  one  thousand  three  hundred  and  thirty-eight 
pounds,  thirteen  shillings  and  four  pence,  in  hard  money  or  other 
currency  equivalent,  taking  his  receipt. 

Given  at  Arlington,  this  8th.  day  of  Jan.  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  Committee. 
Timo.  Brownson,   \ 

Reed,    of   the  Treasurer  the  contents  of   the  above    in    full, 

March  20,  1782. 

^1338.13.4  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


325 


[148] 


[^Capt.  Jesse  Safford's  Company\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Jesse  Safford's  Company  of  Rangers,  Maj. 
Eben""  Allen's  Detachment,  raised  for  the  defence  of  the  State  of 
Vermont,  commencing  Jan.  18  and  ending  the  l^*  of  December, 
A.  D,  1780,  both  days  included. 


Com- 

Time of  ser- 

Pay 

When 

Names 

mence- 
ment of 

vice 

per 
month 

dis- 
charged 

Total 

pay 

Months 

Days 

Dec.  P' 

Capt.  Jesse  Safford 

Jan. 

18 

10 

12 

8.0.0 

83.  4.0 

Lt.  Zebulon  Lyon 

July 

27 

4 

4 

5.8.0 

( t      ( < 

22.  6.4 

Lt.  Moses  Evens 

Jan. 

18 

10 

12 

5.8.0 

t  <      1  < 

56.  3.0 

Sergt.  Barnabas  Strong 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.8.0 

t  (       t  ( 

21.  3.7 

John  Woods 

(i 

t  < 

8 

25 

2.8.0 

i  <      1  ( 

21.  3.7 

"       Reuben  Spaulding 

Aug. 

1 

4 

0 

2.8.0 

((      11 

9.12.0 

Abel  Paine 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.8.0 

(1      1  < 

21.  3.7 

Corpl.  Rufus  Root 

1  ( 

ti 

8 

25 

2.4.0 

K              (I 

18.  8.5 

"       Benj.  Sessions 

<i 

i( 

8 

25 

2.4.0 

(1               It 

18.  8.5 

"       Heman  Dargy 

Aug. 

1 

4 

0 

2.4.0 

It               It 

8.16.0 

"       Experience  Fasset 

[Forsket?] 

i< 

<i 

4 

0 

2.4.0 

!•              if 

8.16.0 

Drm.  W""  Bennett 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.4.0 

l<              <• 

18.  8.5 

Fifer  Danl.  Stearns 

(( 

t  « 

8 

25 

2.4.0 

11               11 

18.  8.5 

Jona.  Benton 

Aug 

1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

1  (              11 

8.  0.0 

Sylvester  Bugby 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

11               tl 

17.13.4 

William  Bootman 

it 

i( 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

(i              1  ( 

17.13.4 

John  Cadey 

It 

tc 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

1  (              1  ( 

17.13.4 

James  Cooper 

July 

10 

4 

20 

2.0.0 

(<              (1 

9.  6.8 

Calvin  Dike 

Mar 

5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

.1               11 

17.13.4 

Amos  Thoop 

Aug. 

1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

1  C              It 

8.  0.0 

John  Gould 

Apl. 

25 

7 

5 

2.0.0 

1  (              1  < 

14.  6.8 

Seth  Gould 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

11               It 

17.13.4 

Isaiah  Grover 

Aug. 

25 

3 

5 

2.0.0 

11               11 

6.  6.8 

John  Harenden[Heredon] 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

11               11 

17.13.4 

James  Hoton 

May 

19 

6 

11 

2.0.0 

1  <              1  < 

12.14.8 

Jerom  Hutchins 

Aug. 

20 

3 

10 

2.0.0 

11              t  < 

6.13.4 

Bliss  Hoisington 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

1  i              (1 

17.13.4 

Yespasian  Hoisington 

i( 

(  t 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

11               .1 

17.13.4 

Derick  Oxford 

Aug. 

1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

1.               It 

8.  O.Q 

John  Kent 

(1 

1 1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

Prisoner 
of  war. 

8.  0.0 

Elisha  Kingsbury 

May 

19 

6 

11 

2.0.0 

Dec.  1 

12.14.8 

David  Lumbard 

Aug. 

20 

3 

10 

2.0.0 

t  *             1  ( 

6.13.4 

Xiuke  Lamphire 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

<(            (( 

17.13.4 

Stephen  Marcey 

i  i 

11 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

1  ■             i  < 

17.13.4 

Cipporn  Morgan 

Aug. 

20 

3 

10 

2.0.0 

(  (             t  ( 

6.13  4 

Stephen  Powell 

i< 

1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

((             ( ( 

8.  0.0 

Jabez  Parkis 

t  ( 

( < 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

l(             (k 

8.  0.0 

Asa  Percivel 

(> 

20 

3 

10 

2.0.0 

i(              (( 

6.13.4 

Artemas  Robinson 

Mar. 

5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

(k             »i 

17.13.4 

326 


STATE  OF  VERMONT 


Com- 

Time of  ser- 

Pay 

When 

Names 

mence- 
ment of 

vice 

per 

dis- 

Total 

TTt  n  n  "f .  n 

charged 

pay 

Months 

Days 

JJULUi-I.  uJ-L 

Elmeriah  Eoundy 

Aug.  25 

3 

5 

2.0.0 

Dec.   1 

6.  6.8 

Simeon  Root 

1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

8.  0.0 

Timothy  Eichardson 

Mar,     5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

17.13.4 

Eben'  Squire 

Mar.    5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

17.13  4 

Eb.  Perce  Stearns 

X                (1 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

17.13.4 

Jeroham  Sawens 

Apl.    25 

7 

5 

2.0.0 

14.  6.8 

Nathl.  Akins 

Aug.     1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

8.  0.0 

W™  Strong 

"      25 

3 

5 

2.0.0 

6.  6.8 

John  Winchester  Throop 

i<        (1 

3 

5 

2.0.0 

6.  6.8 

Samuel  Tredway 

] 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

8.  0.0 

John  Titus 

"      25 

3 

5 

2.0.0 

6.  6.8 

Aaron  Trusdel 

Aug.     1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

8.  0.0 

Isaac  Sessions 

Mar.     5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

17.13.4 

Caleb  Urite  [Wright?] 

Apl.    25 

7 

5 

2.0.0 

14.  6.8 

Elisha  Walker 

June  16 

5 

14 

2.0.0 

10.18.8 

John  Willcocks 

Aug.     1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

8.  0.0 

John  Williams 

June  16 

5 

14 

2.0.0 

10.l8.8v 

Benet  Williams 

Mar.     5 

8 

25 

2.0.0 

17:13.4 

Josiah  Williams 

Aug.     1 

4 

0 

2.0.0 

8.  0.0 

Samson  Marbel 

Mar.     5 

2 

3 

2.0.0 

May   8 

4.  4.0 

Caleb  Hoten 

May    19 

1 

26 

2.0.0 

Died 

3.14.6 

July  15 

Subsistence. 


^870.13.9 
84.  0.0 


Total.. ;^904.13.9 

State  of  Vermont,  Arlington,  8"'  Jan.  1781.  Personally  ap- 
peared Capt.  Jesse  Safford,  signer  of  the  within  Pay  Roll  and 
made  solemn  oath  that  the  same  is  justly  charged,  so  as  not  to 
injure  this  State  or  any  individual. 

Before  me,         Thos.  Chittenden,  Cap"  Genl. 

Pay  Table  Office.  This  Pay  Roll  being  examined  and 
approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster  to  the  Troops  of  this  State,  it  being 
the  sum  of  Nine  Hundred  and  four  pounds  thirteen  shillings  and 
nine  pence,  in  sound  money  or  other  currency  equivalent,  he  to  be 
accountable  for  the  same.  Given  at  Arlington,  this  lO"'  day  of 
June,  1781.  Thos.  Tolman, 

John  Fassett. 

Reed,  the  above  in  full,  March  20,  1782. 

^904.13.9.  Thomas  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS  327 

[246]  [Lieut.  Col.  James  Claghorii\ 

State  of  Vermont  Dr.  To  James  Claghorn,  Lt.  Col.  of  the 
5th  Regt.  of  Militia  for  service  done  said  State  at  sundry  times,  in 
alarms,  scouting,  guarding,  etc. 

Nov.  6,  1778.     To  six  days  with  the  Regiment 

at  Shoreham  @  10/8 
"      6  quarts  fatigue  Rum   del''' 
to  the  Reg't  @  3/ 

May  6,  1779.      To  10   days   with    part  of   the 

Regiment  at  Rutland, 
guarding  the  stores  @  6/8 

Nov.  24,  1779.   To  three  days  with  the  Regi- 
ment at  Brown's  Camp  at  10/8 
To  my  horse    at   Tinmout/t,  ex- 
press 15  miles  @  /3 
To   expense   money  20  dollars 
cont' 

March  21,1780.  To    one    day    with    sleigh   and 

horses,  carrying  a  load  of 
provisions  from  Rutland  to 
Castleton  @  10/  0.10.  0 

Nov.  1,  1780.     To  4  days  at  Castleton  with  the 

Regiment  @  3/  0.12.   0     • 

Total         ^10.11.   7 

Pay  Table  Office,  May  31,  1781.  The  within  account  is 
examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  being  ten  pcmnds  eleven  shillings  and  seven  pence,  lawful 
money,  to  Col.  James  Claghorn  or  bearer, 

Thos.  Chittenden,  |    p       ^^ 
John  Fassett,  f  ^°'^    • 

Reed,  May  31st,  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 
p{^10.11.7  James  Claghorn. 


£ 

3. 

4. 

0 

0.18. 

0 

3. 

6. 

8 

1 

1. 

12. 

0 

0. 

2.11 

0. 

6. 

0 

328 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


[128] 


[A  Detachment  under  Lt.  Samuel  Willard~\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Detatchment  of  men  that  was  ordered  to 
Castleton  for  a  tour  ot  fourteen  days  on  Dec.  1,  1780  to  be  under 
the  command  of  Capt.  Wallace,  which  said  orders  were  counter- 
manded before  the  fourteen  days  were  out. 


Names 


Lt.  Samuel  Willard 
Corpl.  Timothy  Allen 
George  Rush 
Joth.  Prindle 
Daniel  Hulet 
Jacob  Egerton 


Days 


6 
6 
6 
6 


Miles 


22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 


Amt.  at 

4"  m. 

7.4 

7.4 

7.4 

7.4 

7.4 

7.4 

Total 

including 

rations 

1.12.10 
17.  5 
15.  4 
15.  4 
15.  4 
15.   4 

;^5.11.   7 


.  Attest,  Saml.  Willard. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  June  6,  1781.  The  within  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Lt.  Saml.  Willard  or  bearer,  being  ;^5.11.7  Lawful  m.oney. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  j 
John  Fassett,  ] 

Date  above,  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  above  contents. 
^5.11.7  Saml.  Willard,  Lt. 


Com. 


[133,  dupl  181]         \^A  Scout  ujider  Major  John  Barroti\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  scout  from  Moretown  [Bradford]  in  the  year 
1780,  under  command  of  Maj.  John  Barron. 


Names 

Days 

Per 

day 

Miles 

Mil- 
age 

Total 

John  Barron,  Maj. 

6 

0.8.0 

40 

4d 

3.    1.   4 

James  Thurber,  Capt. 

6 

6.8 

40 

>  ( 

2.13.   4 

Benj.  Baldwin,  Lt. 

6 

4.3 

40 

t  ( 

1.18.10 

Nathl.  White,  Lt. 

6 

4.3 

40 

1  ( 

1.18.10 

George  Goodhue,  Sergt. 

6 

1.7 

40 

( < 

1.   2.10 

Joseph  Clark, 

6 

1.7 

40 

(( 

1.   2.10 

Obed  Sanders 

6 

1.4 

40 

<  ( 

1.   1.   4 

Silas  Old  ridge 

6 

1.4 

40 

<< 

1.   1.   4 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


329 


Names 

Days 

Per 
day 

Miles 

Mil- 
age 

Total 

Levi  Andros 

6 

1.4 

40 

4C1 

1.    1.    4 

John  Andros 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.    1.   4 

Jonathan  Darbe,  Sergt. 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.    1.   4 

Robt.  Barnard,  Jr. 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Ephraim  Martin 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Leonard  Harriraan 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Hugh  Miller 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.    1.   4 

Saml.  Miller 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Benj.  Barnet 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Stephen  Jenkins  [Ginkins] 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Eben'  Martin 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

James  Calkins 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Ichabod  Collins 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

John  Gault 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Jesse  M'^Farlin 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Thos.  M-^Farlin 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

John  Martin 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Levi  Collins 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

John  Smith 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Jeremiah  Smith 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Ephraim  Martin 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Peter  Boin 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.    1.   4 

John  Barnet 

6 

1.4 

40 

1.   1.   4 

;^^  38.12.   4 

John  Barron,  Major. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Rutland,  Oct  28,  1784.  The  within  roll 
"having  been  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  will  pay  the 
contents  of  the  same  to  Maj.  John  Barron,  for  himself  and  scout, 
being  the  sum  of  Thirty-eight  pounds  12/4  lawful  money. 

Timo.  Brownson,  |  Committee. 


Thos.  Tolman, 

Treasurer's  Office,  Rutland.  Oct.  29,  1784. 
xirer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 


Reed,  of  the  Trea.s- 
John  Barron. 


330 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[136]  \_Capt.  Abraham  Salisbury's  Ccmpany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Abraham  Salisbury's  Company  for  service 
in  the  year  1780. 


Names 

Days 

18 

Amount 

Miles 
79 

Amount 

Total 

Abraham  Salisbury,  Capt, 

6.    0. 

0 

1.    6. 

4 

7.   6.  4 

Pearce  Spencer,  I^t, 

11 

2.   6.10 

26 

0.   8. 

8 

2.15.    6 

Oziel  Smith,  Lt. 

16 

3.   8. 

3 

66 

1.   2. 

0 

4.10.   8 

Stukely  Thornton,       Sergt. 

4 

0.   6. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.10.   8 

Thomas  Hutchinson,      " 

13 

i:  0. 

7 

39 

0.13. 

0 

1.13.   7 

Jabez  Weaver,                  " 

11 

0.17. 

5 

26 

0.   8. 

8 

1.   6.   1 

Christopher  Howard,     " 

6 

0.   9. 

6 

26 

0.   8. 

8 

0.18.   2 

David  Place,  Corpl. 

11 

0.16. 

5 

26 

0.   8. 

8 

1.   5.   1 

Grififin  Place.      " 

4 

0.   5.11 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.10.   3 

Joseph  Button,  " 

17 

1.   5. 

6 

86 

1.   8. 

3 

2.14.   2 

Jesse  Sprague 

11 

0.14. 

8 

26 

0.   8. 

8 

1.   3.   4 

Fores  Rice 

11 

0.14. 

8 

26 

0.   8. 

8 

1.   3.   4 

Lewis  Walker 

13 

0.17. 

4 

39 

0.13. 

0 

1.10.   4 

Isaac  Osborn 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.  8 

Eben''  Howard 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

Sylvanus  Smith 

16 

1.   1. 

4 

66 

1.   2. 

0 

2.   3.   4 

Abel  Cooper 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

Peleg  Eddy 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

Joseph  Williams 

3 

0.   2. 

8 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   7.   0 

Neh.    Smith 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

Aaron  Easty 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8- 

Zebediah  Green 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

Joshua  Webster 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.    8 

Ziba  Parsons 

4 

0.   n. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

James  Wells 

12 

0.16. 

0 

73 

1.   4. 

4 

2.   0.   4 

David  Whitney 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

Gideon  Hewit 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8- 

Ezekiel  Clark 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

Daniel  Smith 

4 

0.   0. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8- 

Nathan  Daniels 

4 

0.   0. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   9.   8 

William   Dwinel. 

11 

0.14. 

8 

26 

0.   8. 

8 

1.   3.  4- 

John  Campbell 

11 

0.14. 

8 

26 

0.   8. 

8 

1.   3.   4- 

Robert  Mack 

7 

0.   9. 

4 

13 

0.  4. 

4 

0.13.   8 

John  Bowman 

7 

0.   9. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.13.   8 

Jesse  Place 

7 

0.   9. 

4 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.13.   8 

Timo.  Winter 

8 

0.10. 

8 

60 

1.   0. 

0 

1.10.   8 

James  Round 

5 

0.   6. 

8 

40 

0.13. 

4 

1.   0.   0 

John  Simons,  Jr. 

5 

0.   6. 

8 

40 

0.13. 

4 

1.   0.   0 

Benj    Whitman 

0 

0.   6. 

8 

40 

0.13. 

4 

1.   0.   0' 

Job  Chatsey 

2 

0.   2. 

8 

13 

0.   4. 

4 

0.   7.   0 

^47.18.5 

Abraham  Salisbury,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


331 


Personally  appeared  Capt.  Abraham  Salisbury  and  made  oath 
to  the  within  pay  roll  and  declared  the  same  to  be  just  and  true  in 
all  its  parts,  before  m.e, 

Oct.  3,  1781.  Elihu  Smith,  Justice  ot  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,    Oct.    5,   1781.      The  within   roll  examined 

and  approved   and   the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 

Capt.    Abraham    Salisbury  or   bearer,    being   forty-seven    pounds 

eighteen  shillings  and  five  pence. 

John  Fassett,  |  ^  ... 

^.         T>  y  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,    \ 

Date  above,  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Abraham  Salisbury  and  by  his 
written  order. 

;,r47.18.5  Saml.  Benton. 

[119]  [Capt   Ichabod     Robinson's  Company\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Ichabod  Robinson's  Company  of  Militia  in 
Clarendon  in  the  State  of  Vermont  for  the  year  1780. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Ichabod  Robinson,  Capt. 

30 

155 

12.11.   8 

James  Spooner,  Lt. 

15 

125 

5.   5.   8 

Levi  Colvin,  En. 

21 

140 

6.15.   2 

Silas  Whitney,  Clerk 

25 

95 

3.11.   3 

James  Rounds,  Sergt 

5 

30 

0.17.11 

Nathan  Rice,          " 

5 

30 

0.17.11 

Thomas  Pell, 

2 

60 

1.    3.   9 

Peter  Tarbox, 

8 

30 

].  '2.   6 

Eben''  Carley,         Corpl. 

28 

115 

3.16.   9 

Peter  Powers,             " 

13 

95 

2.   8.   5 

Stephen  Robinson,    " 

10 

30 

1.   4.   6 

Danl.  Stanard 

7 

100 

2.   2.   8 

John  Arnold 

40 

60 

1.   5.   4 

Jeremiah  Briggs 

21 

15 

1.13.   8 

Caleb  Ingalls 

21 

95 

2.   9.   6 

Simpson  White 

4 

60 

1.   5.   4 

Oliver  Arnold 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

Solomon  Spafford 

10 

30 

1.   3.   4 

Francis  Mattison 

9 

55 

1.   0.   4 

Silas  Whitney,  Jr. 

30 

155 

4.11.   8 

Jona.   Shipard 

9 

70 

1.15,   4 

332 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

• 

James  Chattsey 

15 

130 

3.   3.  4 

James  Edmonds 

11 

70 

1.18.  0 

John  Gil  man  Lord 

14 

80 

2.   3.  4 

Job  Chattsey 

4 

60 

1.   5.  4 

Jonathan  Wood 

8 

75 

1.15.   8 

Abial  Tripp 

20 

90 

2.16.   8 

Israel  Robinson 

8 

30 

1.   0.   8 

Daniel  Colvin 

4 

15 

0.10.   4 

Charles  Commonds 

10 

So 

2.   1.   8 

Jonathan  Eddy 

2 

40 

0.16.  0 

Joel  Foster 

8 

70 

.1.   1.   8 

Daniel  Washburn 

8 

70 

1.15.  8 

Caleb  Rowland 

4 

60 

1.   5.   4 

Ebenezer  Pitcher 

4 

15 

0.10.   4 

Reuben  Pitcher 

21 

15 

1.13.  8 

Stephen  Sparks 

4 

15 

0.10.  4 

John  Squires 

15 

30 

0.16.   8 

Stephen  Squires 

44 

155 

4.   9.   0 

Thomas  Curtiss 

4 

40 

1.17.   4 

James  Jenks 

5 

30 

1.  0.  8 

Noah  Loveman 

28 

65 

1.16.   8 

Augustus  Spencer 

3 

155 

4.   9.   0 

Nathaniel  Cook 

8 

8 

2.   8.   0 

Abraham  Hathaway 

11 

30 

1.   0.   8 

Alfred  Hathaway 

28 

20 

0.14.   8 

Jacob  Kate  [Cate  ?] 

21 

145 

3.19.   6 

William  Carpenter 

28' 

30 

2.   7.   4 

Nathan  Place 

2 

40 

0.16.   0 

Abner  White 

21 

145 

3.19.   6 

Nathan  Caray 

28 

30 

2.   7.   4 

Joseph  Smith 

3 

40 

0.17.  4 

Gershom  Beach 

5    • 

40 

1.  0.  0 

Jerathmel  Powers 

4 

30 

0.15.  4 

Pierce  Spencer 

6 

40 

1.   4.  4 

Hezekiah  Tuttle 

2 

30 

0.12.  8 

Jerime  Tuttle 

2 

30 

0.12.  8 

Stephen  Arnold 

5 

40 

1.  0.  0 

Amos  Eives 

2 

40 

0.16.   0 

David  Jewell 

15 

45 

1.15.   0 

Ichabod  Walker 

8 

30 

1.   0.   6 

Job  Congdon 

14 

70 

2.   2.   0 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


333 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

'      Total 

Samuel  Swift 

4 

60 

1.   5.   4 

Stanbury  Button 

G 

30 

0.17.   8 

Frederick  Button 

5 

30 

0.16.   8 

Elisha  Smith 

18 

80    • 

2.12.   4 

Eber  Farnam 

5 

15 

0.10.   4 

John  Mack 

2 

40 

0.16.   8 

Elisha  Bodman 

18 

85 

2.12.   4 

Samuel  Butler 

9 

100 

2.   2.   8 

W™  Stewart 

18 

140 

3.10.  8 

Charles  Swift 

15 

45 

1.15.   0 

James  Wyley 

10 

30 

1.   3.   4 

Philip  Briggs 

9 

75 

1.11.   0 

Bazaleel  Richardson 

10 

30 

1.   3.   4 

Reuben  Fuller 

9 

30 

1.   2.   0 

George  Jenney 

0 

15 

0.13.   0 

David  Niles 

16 

60 

2.   1.   4 

Thomas  Eddy 

9 

30 

1.   2.   0 

Abel  Cooper 

16 

80 

2.   8.   0 

Jacob  Pattridge 

13 

90 

2.   7.   4 

Jona.  Pattridge 

4 

.    15 

0.10.   8 

Thaddeus  Palmer 

14 

115 

2.17.   0 

Isaac  Deloughborough 

5 

30 

0.15.   0 

Newell  Potter 

4 

60 

1.   5.   8 

Stephen  Sparks 

4 

60 

0.10.   8 

Robert  Mack 

4 

60 

1.   5.   8 

Zebulon  Persons 

4 

60 

1.   5.    8 

David  Powers 

4 

.     60 

1.   5.   8 

John  Broaton 

4 

60 

1.   5.   8 

John  Smith 

6 

90 

1.18.   0 

Nathan  Foot 

3 

80 

2.   1.   4 

Timothy  Winter 

7 

100 

1.15.   0 

Eben""  Johnson 

5 

50 

1.   3.   4 

Elibu  Smith 

4 

40 

0.18.   8 

Jehiel  Smith 

3 

40 

0.17.   4 

Asa  Smith 

3 

40 

0.17.   4 

Job  Spafford 

3 

40 

0.17.   4 

Jabez  Weever 

5 

40 

1.   0.   0 

Jesse  Sprague 

3 

40 

0.11.   0 

Elkanah  Cook 

4 

40 

0.18.   4 

John  Bowman 

3 

30 

0.12.   8 

John  Train 

6 

40 

1.   1.   4 

334 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


'Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Lewis  Walker 

6 

40 

1.  .1.   4 

Saml.  Blodgett 

5 

40 

1.    1.   0 

Joseph  Button 

7 

15 

0    4.   4 

Peleg  Eddy   . 

2 

30 

0.12.   8 

Thomas  Bentley 

6 

40 

1.   1.   4 

Moses  Johnson 

3 

40 

1.17.   4 

Caleb  Handey 

1 

20 

0.   8.   0 

James  Smith 

3 

40 

0.17.   4 

Isaac  Osborn 

2 

4C 

0.15.   0 

Amos  Robinson 

1 

10 

0.   4.   8 

Andrew  Potter 

2 

30 

0.12.   8 

John  Varney 

4 

40 

0.18.   8 

Jona.  Adams 

4 

40 

0.18.   8 

^192.11.   1 

Ichabod  Robinson,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  7*^  June,  1781.  The  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  to  Capt.  Ichabod  Robinson  the  within  pay  roll,  which  is  One 
hundred  and  ninety-two  pounds  eleven  shillings  and  one  penny 
lawful  money.  Tho«  Chittenden,  |  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,  ) 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
in  behalf  of  Capt.  Ichabod  Robinson. 

Per  me,         Silas  Whitney,  Clerk. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


335 


[508] 


\Capt.  Ezekiel  Colbe's  Company'] 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Ezekiel  Colbe's  Company  from  Corinth   of 
three  Scouts  from  the  year  1777  and  year  1781. 


Men's  Names 


Ezekiel  Colbe,  Cpt. 
Saml.  McFee,  Cpt. 
Hezekiah  Siloway,  Lieut. 
Philip  Herendon 
Benja.  Sumbon  [?] 
Abner  Fowler 
Saml.  Youngs,  Lieut. 
Nathan  Spafford,  Sergt, 
Benja.  Noriss 
John  Normon 
David  McKeen 
Ruben   Martin 
Charles  Crook,  Sergt. 
Asaph  McFason 
Jacob  Kent 
James  Lukis 


No.  of 

Per 

Days 

day 

18 

6/8 

7 

6/8 

7 

4/3 

7 

1/4 

7 

1/4 

5 

1/4 

5 

4/3 

5 

1/7 

6 

1/4 

6 

1/4 

6 

1/4 

6 

1/4 

6 

1/7 

6 

1/4 

6 

1/4 

6 

1/4 

No.  of 
miles 


70 
30 
20 
20 
20 
20 
30 
30 
20 
20 
20 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 


The  sum  due 
to  each  name 


£ 


s. 

7.  3. 
2.16. 
1.15. 
0.16. 
0.16. 
0.13. 


D. 

4 
8 
5 
0 
0 
4 

1.11.  3 

0.17.11 

0.14.   8 

0.14. 

0.14. 

0.18. 

0.19. 

0.18. 

0.18. 

0.18. 


8 
8 
0 
6 
0 
0 
0 


23.   5.   5 


Ezekiel  Colbe,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  )       The    within    roll    approved — the 

Bennington,  March  5,  1784     f  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  Ezekiel  Colbe,  Capt.  or  bearer — it  being  the  sum  of 
twenty-three  pounds  five  shillings  and  five  pence. 
^23.0.5  Timo.  Brownson,  )     p 

Eli  Cogsell,  i"    ^°' 


)mmittee. 


Treasurer's  Office,  Bennington,  March  5,  1784. 
Received  of  the  T'reasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order  in 
behalf  of  Ezekiel  Colbe.  Benja.  Baldwin. 


336 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[142] 


\Capt.   Jesse  Satuyer's  Covipany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Jesse  Sawyer's  Company  of  Rangers,  be- 
longing to  Maj.  Eben''  Allen's  Detachment,  raised  for  the  defence 
of  the  State  of  Vermont,  beginning  April  25,  1780,  and  ending  Jan. 
10**^,  1781,  both  days  included. 


Names 

Entered 

Discharg'^ 

Time 
in  service 

Wages 
per  mo. 

Amt. 
of  3 

wages 

Mo. 

Days 

Jesse  Sawyer.  Capt, 

Apl. 

25 

Jan. 

10 

8 

16 

8.0.0 

68.  0.  0 

Nathl.  Spencer,  Lt. 

1 1 

i  ( 

i  ( 

I  ( 

8 

16 

5.8.0 

46.15.  0 

Ellas  Hall, 

May 

6 

( \ 

(I 

8 

6 

5.8.0 

44.14.  8 

David  Shepherd,  Sergt. 

<  i 

9 

Jan. 

3 

7 

26 

2.8.0 

18.14.  6 

George  Sawyer,         " 

June 

12 

<( 

1  ( 

6 

22 

2.8.0 

16.  1.  9 

William  Popple, 

May 

14 

Oct. 

8 

4 

24 

2.8.0 

11.10.  6 

Eleazer  Marble,        " 

Oct. 

8 

Jan. 

3 

2 

24 

2.8.0 

6.16.  1 

Saml.  Negns,              " 

May 

31 

u 

(1 

7 

4 

2.8.0 

17.   2.  4 

Benj.  Bingham,  Corpl. 

(  ( 

8 

(1 

1  1 

7 

27 

2.4.0 

17.   5.   8 

Eben^  Popple, 

(i 

14 

Oct. 

8 

4 

24 

2.4.0 

10.   9.  4 

Zenas  Hyde, 

June 

12 

Jan. 

3 

6 

23 

2.4.0 

14.14.10 

Eliakim  Roberts,   •' 

i  t 

18 

u 

t  f 

6 

17 

2.4.0 

14.  6.11 

James  Walder,  Fifer 

May 

1 

(i 

(1 

8 

3 

2.4.0 

17.14.11 

Benajah  Cleveland,  Drum. 

>  < 

4 

11 

(( 

8 

0 

2.4.0 

17.   9.   6 

•William  Negus 

Apl. 

18 

Dec. 

1 

7 

19 

2.4.0 

17.  6.  8 

Timothy  Allen 

May 

1 

Jan. 

3 

8 

3 

2.0.0 

16.   4.   0 

Ab'"  Johnson 

t  i 

4 

(4 

4  4 

8 

0 

2.0.0 

15.18.  8 

Daniel  Beman 

u 

4 

tl 

(1 

8 

0 

2.0.0 

15.18.  8 

Joseph  Cook                        ( 

(< 

4 

Deserted 

3 

20 

2.0.0 

7.  3.  8 

1 

Aug. 

24 

Jedediah  Fuller 

( I 

4 

Jany 

3 

8 

0 

2.0.0 

15.18.  8 

Francis  Herrick 

t  < 

4 

>  ( 

8 

0 

2.0.0 

15.18.  8 

John  Stewart 

<  4 

4 

4  ( 

8 

0 

2.0.0 

15.18.  8 

Jona.  Morey 

(1 

4 

(. 

8 

0 

2.0.0 

15.18.   8 

John  Orton 

" 

5 

(t 

7 

29 

2.0.0 

15.17.  4 

Daniel  Merrick 

1  1 

5 

it 

7 

29 

2.0.0 

15.17.  4 

James  Coiey 

1  t 

8 

t( 

7 

26 

2.0.0 

15.13.  4 

James  Sutherland 

1  ( 

14 

1  4 

7 

20 

2  0.0 

15.  5.  4 

Andrew  Griswold 

li 

16 

4  ( 

7 

18 

2.0.0 

15.  2.  8 

Richard  Chamberlain 

t  ( 

14 

<4 

7 

20 

-2.0.0 

15.  5.  4 

■John  Negus 

(  ( 

15 

t< 

7 

19 

2.0.0 

15.  4.  0 

James  Clark 

June 

6 

(4 

6 

29 

2.0.0 

13.16.  0 

Peletiah  Soper 

\  t 

£1 

4  . 

6 

29 

2.0.0 

13.16.  0 

Robert  Allen 

i( 

(  t 

Dec. 

1 

5 

25 

2.0.0 

11.13.  4 

David  Lee 

May 

1 

Jany 

3 

8 

3 

2.0.0 

16.  4.  0 

John  Woodward 

Sep. 

14 

\  t 

4  ( 

3 

21 

2.0.0 

7.  5.  4 

John  Darling 

Aug. 

13 

<i 

<4 

4 

22 

2.0.0 

9.  6.  8 

Joseph  Jackson 

ki 

20 

t  i 

(4 

4 

15 

2.0.0 

8.17.  4 

John  Fuller 

July 

26 

1 1 

(4 

5 

9 

2.0.0 

10.11.  0 

Samuel  Terry 

Aug. 

17 

Dec. 

3 

3 

17 

2.0.0 

7.   1.  4 

Jesse  Jackson 

k  4 

1  ( 

Jan. 

3 

4 

17 

2.0.0 

9.  1.   4 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


337 


Names 


Entered 


Discharg'' 


Time 
in  service 


Mo. 


Days 


Wages 
per  mo. 


Amt. 

of 

wages 


Peter  Parker 
William  Parker 
Andrew  Edmunds. 
Benoni  Bishop 
Phinehaa  Davis 
Nathan  Allen 
William  Lazell 
David  Lumbard 
John  Gilder 
George  Parker 
Jacob  Cummins 
Daniel  Barns 
John  Willard 
Rockwell 


Aag. 

13 

15 

Sep. 
Aug. 

26 
26 

1  ( 

13 

July 
June 

24 
13 

July     1 
June  18 

(( 

(1 

June 

15 

Sept. 
Oct. 

27 
8 

Jan. 


(1 

(I 


Dec. 
Jan. 


3 
3 


Deserted 
Oct.    16 


4 

22 

2.0.0 

4 

19 

2.0.0 

3 

29 

2.0.0 

4 

9 

2.0.0 

4 

22 

2.0.0 

5 

11 

2.0.0 

6 

22 

2.0.0 

6 

22 

2.0.0 

5 

3 

2.0.0 

6 

17 

2.0.0 

6 

17 

2.0.0 

6 

20 

2.0.0 

3 

8 

2.0.0 

0 

8 

2.0.0 

9.  8.  0 
9.  4.  0 
7.16.  0 

8.  9.  4 

9.  6.  8 
10.12.  0 
13.  6.  8 
13.  6.  8 
10.  2.  8 
12.16.  0 
12.16.  0 
13.  4.  0 

6.  «.  0 
0.10.  8 


Officers'  subsistence: 


Capt.  Sawyer, 
Lt.  Spencer, 
Lt.  Hall, 


£17.  0.0 
8.10.0 
8.   4.0 

;^33.14.0 


Arlington,  Feb.  1^\  1781.  Then  personally  appeared  Capt. 
Jesse  Sawyer  and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  within  pay  roll  is  a 
just  and  true  roll,  without  fraud  to  the  State  of  Vermont,  or  any 
individual,  according-  to  my  best  knowledge. 

Before  me,  Thomas  Chittenden  ,  Governor. 

Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay  roll  being  examined  and 
approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Thos.  Tolman  (Paymaster  to  the  troops  of  this  State)  being  the  sum 
of  eight  hundred  and  forty-five  pounds  and  /8  in  hard  money  or 
other  current  money  equivalent,  taking  his  receipt. 

Given  at  Arlington,  this  1^*^  day  of  February,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  ^  ... 

T  ,      o        ^i.  t-  Committee. 

John  Fassett,  \ 


March  20,  1782. 
^845.0.8 


Received  the  above  in  full. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


[22] 


338 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[207] 


\^Lieut.   Beriah   Green  s   Co77ipany\ 


Pay   Roll  of  Lieut.  Beriah  Green's  Independent  Companj'  of 
Rangers,  raised  for  the  defense  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  1781. 


c 

NAME.S                                "^^ 

om- 

mce- 

lent 

Time 
of  service 

Per         Wh^^ 
^°^t^     chaiged 

Total 

of 

pay 

Mo. 

Days 

Lt.  Beriah  Green                 Fe 

b.     1 

3 

1 

5.8.0     Ap 

ril    1 

10.19.7 

Barnabas  Strong                       ' 

'      17 

5 

3.0.0     Ma 

IT.    31 

3.10.0 

Sergt.  John  Woods                 ' 

3 

18 

3.8.0 

'     30 

3.16.9 

Nathl.  Aikens 

4 

17 

3.«.0 

3.15.3 

Corpl.  Rufus  Root                   ' 

'      11 

10 

2.4.0 

2.18.8 

"       James  Barrows             ' 

'      12 

9 

3.4.0 

2.17.3 

Joseph  Foster                          ' 

*       4 

17 

3.0.0 

3.   2.8 

Hallam  Blackmer                    ' 

i            (  *• 

11 

2.0.0 

2.14.8 

George  Cox                              ' 

6 

15 

3.0.0 

3.   0.0 

Robert  Whitcomb                    ' 

(                4  % 

15 

2.0.0         < 

3.  0.0 

John  Harenden 

i                (  > 

15 

2.0.0 

3.  0.0 

Asa  Foster                                  ' 

i                (1 

15 

2.0.0 

3.  0.0 

Abel  Payn                                  ' 

'       8 

13 

3.0.0 

3.17.4 

Asa  Chedel                                ' 

9 

13 

3.0.0 

3.16.0 

Benj.  Sessions                          ' 

t       (( 

13 

3.0.0 

3.16.0 

Amos  Troop                               ' 

'      10 

11 

2.0.0 

8.14.8 

Samuel  Granday 

'      11 

10 

3.0.0 

3.13.4 

Joseph  Powers                          ' 

(             i  t 

10 

3.0.0         ' 

3.13.4 

George  Stow                            ' 

t           i  i 

10 

3.0.0 

2.13.4 

Peter  Kendall 

t           ( < 

10 

3.0.0 

3.13.4 

Phineas  Williams                    ' 

'      13 

9 

2.0.0 

2.13.0 

Saml.  Bennett 

t                  (  4 

9 

2.0.0 

3.13.0 

Vespasian  Hoisington             ' 

(                  i  ( 

9 

3.0.0 

3.J3.0 

Stephen  Marcey                       ' 

{                  (( 

9 

2.0.0 

2.12.0 

John  Wilcox 

'      13 

9 

3.0.0 

'     31 

2.13.0 

Daniel  Lovejoy                         ' 

•       1  ( 

9 

3.0.0 

3.13.0 

Gamaliel  Vailes                        ' 

'      15 

7 

3.0.0 

3.   9.4 

Ammi  Carrier                           ' 

'      17 

5 

3.0.0 

2.   6.8 

Samuel  Allen 

(       1  ( 

i 

5 

3.0.0 

3.  6.8 

Thomas  Freeman                     ' 

6 

15 

2.0.0 

'      20 

3.  0.0 

John  Whitcomb                       ' 

(       (( 

15 

3.0.0 

(      t  ( 

3.  0.0 
;^96.  6.8 

Beriah  Green,. Lieut. 

Windsor  County,  Windsor,  7th  April,  1781.      The  above  roll 
sworn  to  before  John  Fassett,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office.     The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Lieut.  Beriah 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


339 


Green  or  bearer,  being  the  sura  of  ninety-eight  pounds  seven  shil- 
lings and  four  pence,  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  p 
Windsor,  April  7,  1781.  John  Fassett,  \  ^°^ 


)m*^ 


March  20,  1782. 
;^98.7.4 


.  Reed,  the  above  in  full. 

Thos.   Tolman,  Paymaster. 

[A  Scout  from  Strafford^ 


[115] 

A  Pay  Roll  for  a  scout  of  three  men  who  went  from  Strafford, 
Feb.  18,  1781,  and  were  in  the  service  five  days  and  went  to  Dog 
River,  which  is  25  miles,  and  found  themselves,  by  ordei  of  Israel 
Smith,  Maj. 


Names 

Days 

Wages 

Travel 
fees 

Total 

Sergt.  Richmond  Crandal 
Jonathan  Rich 
Jonathan  Luce 

5 
5 
5 

1.7 
1.4 
1.4 

4d 

4 
4 

16.3 
15.0 
15.0 

^2.11.7 

Attest,  Elijah  Beeman,  Lt. 

Also  for  myself  an  express  from  Lyme  [to]  vStrafford,  by  order 
of  Gen.  Bailey,  it  being  16  miles  at  4*^  per  mile,  5.4 

Attest,  Elijah  Beeman. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  28,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll,  etc.  was 
examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Elijah  Beeman  or  bearer,  it  being  ;,^3.11.7,  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chandler,     ~\ 
Jno.  Strong,  >  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,  ) 

Treas'.  Office,  Charlestown,  Oct.  25,  1781.  Reed,  of  the  Treas- 
urer the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  ;^2.11.7,  lawful  money. 

Elijah  Beeman,  Lt. 


340 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[187] 


[^Capt.    Samuel  Smith's  Compa?iy] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Samuel  Smith  of  Fairlee  in  the  Alarms 
in  October.  1781  [1780?]  and  March,  1781,  going  to  Newbury  and 
Royalton,  &c. 


Names 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 

Amount 
travel 

Capt.  Sam'  Smith 

10 

2.13.  4 

20 

9.4 

Serg*  John  Marston 

10 

15.10 

28 

9.4 

John  Woodworth 

10 

13.  4 

28 

9.4 

Elijah  Blood 

10 

13.  4 

28 

9.4 

Charles  Annis 

6  ' 

8.  0 

28 

9.4 

Jacob  Annis 

6 

8.  0 

28 

9.4 

Isaac  Annis 

6 

8.  0 

28 

9.4 

W"  Marston 

9 

12.  0 

28 

9.4 

Peter  Marston 

10 

13.  4 

28 

9.4 

Asa  Town 

10 

13.  4 

38 

12.9 

Aaron  Taft 

6 

8.  0 

14 

4.8 

W™  Broughton 

6 

8.  0 

14 

■       4.8 

John  Green 

3 

4.   0 

14 

4.8 

Solomon  Morey 

3 

4.   0 

14 

4.8 

Francis  Hough 

3 

4.   0 

14 

4.8 

Simeon  Morey 

3 

4.   0 

14 

4.8 

Jonathan  Jacobs 

3 

4.   0 

14 

4.8 

Theodorus  Woodward 

10 

13.   4 

38 

12.9 

John  Jacobs 

3 

4.   0 

14 

£  7.  6.9 

Total, 

^17.18.7 

Sam'l  Smith,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  June  21,  1781.  The  within  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Sam^  Smith  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  seventeen 
pounds  eighteen  shillings  and  seven  pence. 

John  Fassett, 
Tim°  Brownsoi 


I  Co 
)n,  ( 


m^ 


June  23,  1781. 
of  this  order. 

;^17.18.7 


Received  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents 

Samuel  Smith. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


341 


[240] 


\Capt.  Samuel  McClure's  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Saml.  McClure's  Company  at  Dresden  on 
an  alarm  at  Newbury  the  8*^^  of  March,  1781. 


Names 

Miles 

Price 

Days 

Wages 

Total 

Saml.  M^Clure,  Capt. 

25 

0.8.4 

3 

1.   0.   0 

7.  8.4 

Parker  Smith,  Lt. 

8.4 

0.12.   9 

1.   1.1 

Charles  Tilden,  Sergt. 

8.4 

0.  4.   9 

13.1 

Leml.   Payn,           " 

8.4 

0.  4.  9 

13.1 

Eben^  Fitch,  Clk. 

8.4 

0.   4.   9 

13.1 

Eben'  Brewster 

8.4 

0.  4.  0 

12.4 

Beza  Woodward 

( 

8.4 

0.  4.  0 

12.4 

Jas.  Wheelock 

8.i 

0.  4.  0 

12.4 

Eben""  Williams 

8.4 

0.  4.  0 

12.4 

Stephen  Tilden 

8.4 

0.  4.   0 

12.4 

Eben''  Lane 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Barnabas  Perking 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Benj.  Smith 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Alden  Spooner 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Bennoe  Dewey 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Thos.  Eddy 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Jona.  Bsarce  [?] 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Elijah  Dunbar 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Osias  Sylsby 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Christopher  Page 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Ambrose  Porter 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

David  Porter 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Jabez  Peck 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Nahum  Sargeant 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Caleb  Bingham 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Roger  Fitch 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Elijah  Kent 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Saml.  Clap 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

John  Norton 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12.4 

Benj.  Smith,  Jr. 

8.4 

0.   4.   0 

12  4 

;^17.17.0 

Saml.  M'^Clure,  Capt. 


Pay   Office,   Bennington,    Feb    6,  1782.       The    within    account 
being   approved   of,  the  Treasurer   is  directed  to  pay  the  sum  of 


342 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


seventeen  pounds  seventeen  shillings  to  Capt.  Saml.  M'^Clure  or  to 
his  order.  Isaac  Tichenor.  |  ^ 

Timothy  Brownson,  ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  June  19,  1782.  Reed  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq., 
Treasurer,  the  contents  cf  the  abo've  order,  being  seventeen  pounds 
seventeen  shillings  for  and  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Saml.  M^Clure. 

;^17.17.0  Eben^  Brewster. 


[154] 


\^Capf.    Charles  Nelson's   Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Charles  Nelson's  Company,  raised  by  order 
of  Convention  held  at  Cornish  in  Feb.  1781,  for  the  defence  of  these 
frontiers,  from  the  time  they  engaged  until  26*^  March,  1781. 


Names 

When 
entered 
service 

Days 

Wages 

per 
month 

Eations 
due 

Total 

1781. 

Capt.  Charles  Nelson 

Mar.     1=' 

26 

8.0.0 

1.14.8 

8.13.4 

Lt.  James  Mirch  [Marsh] 

(t              li 

26 

5.8.0 

0.17.4 

5.10.8 

Lt.  Shubael  Dimmock 

"      20 

6 

5.8.0 

0.  4.0 

1.  5.6 

Sergt.  Abel  Parks 

1 

26 

2.8.0 

2.   1.4 

"      Eph-"  Dunlap 

1  (       II 

26 

2.8.0 

2.   1.4 

"      Solomon^Smith 

"      20 

6 

2.8.0 

0.  9.4 

Corpl.  Ziba  Huntington 

"        1 

26 

2.4.0 

1.18.0 

"       John  Campbell 

<i       1 1 

26 

2.4.0 

1.18.0 

Bazaleel  Burton 

II       i( 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Eliada  Brown 

It       It 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Joel  Cooper 

11       i< 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Jacob  Colburn 

II       <i 

26 

2! 

1.14.8 

Stephen  Chapman 

II               41 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

W-^.Corkins 

II               I< 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

David  Duffin 

"     14 

12 

2. 

0.16.0 

Joseph  Downer 

1 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Salmon  Dowe 

II       (1 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Ezra  Ellsworth 

"     11 

15 

2. 

1.  0.0 

Steward  Howe 

"       1 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Enos   Hoyt 

"       8 

18 

2. 

1.  4.0 

Lovel  Kimball 

1 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

James  Kelsey 

<(      1  ( 

26 

0 

1.14.8 

Eobert  Nichols 

II       tt 

26 

2. 

1,14.8 

Asa  Preston 

1  (       II 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Solomon  Eathburn 

"      14 

12 

2. 

0.16.0 

Alexander  Eeynolds 

1 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Ebenezer  Stark 

<i       1  ( 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Experience  Trisket  [Frisket] 

11        II 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Reuben  Finney  [Tinney] 

1 1       (1 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

John  Tickney 

>i        <i 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Elijah  Wright 

11        i( 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Moses  Warren 

II       1  ( 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


343 


A  true  roll. 


Names 

When 
entered 

Days 

Wages 
per 

Rations 
due 

Total 

service 

month 

1781. 

Aaron  Warreu 

Mar.    1 

26 

2. 

' 

1.14.8 

Ephraim  Wood 

((       11 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Job  Williams 

.  t       1  ( 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Nathan  Spafiford 

1  <       1 1 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

John  Nelson 

"      20 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

James  Cook 

((              t  » 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

Arthur  Latham 

((              1  ( 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

W"  Davidson 

t(           ki 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

Saml.  Bigsbee 

n               t  ( 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

Jona.  Bigsbee 

(<           tt 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

Joseph  Howard 

a          <( 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

Christopher  Cary 

( t          ( ( 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

Daniel  Hovey 

tt          a 

6 

2. 

0.  8.0 

Joseph  Taylor 

"      10 

16 

2. 

1.   1.4 

John  Stevens 

(1     ii 

16 

2. 

1.  1.4 

Samuel  Ladd 

1  (     i. 

16 

2. 

1.  1.4 

;^76.    1.6 

Attest,         Charles  Nelson.  Capt. 


Committee. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  June  33^  1781.  The  within 
pay  roll  being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby 
directed  to  pay  the  same  to  the  Paymaster  of  the  Troops,  being 
the  sum  of  seventy-six  pounds  one  shilling  and  six  pence,  lawful 
money,  the  said  Paymaster  to  be  accountable. 

Timo.  Brownson,  ) 
John  Fassett,  ) 

Date  above,  then  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of 
the  above  in  full. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster  of  the  Troops. 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  this  warrant.  Oct  2^, 
1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


344 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[216] 


\Capt.    Thomas  Collins'  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Collins  Company,  in  Col.  Gideon 
Warren's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  this  State,  com- 
mencing the  23rd  day  of  March  and  ending  as  entered  in  column 
third. 


Names 


Capt,  Thomas  Collins 
Lt.  Solomon  Wilder 
Sergt.  Cephas  Carpenter 

"       AsflhelJoiner 
Corpl.  Levi  Wood 

"      John  Collins 
Nathan  Walton 
Joshua  Wood 
Amos  Herrick 
Nathan  Lee 
Edward  Bailey 
Benjamin  Baley 
George  Shearman 


Entered 


March  23 


It 


Dis- 
charg"^ 

m 

CS 

Q 
3 

p, 

month 

03 

17 

Amt. 
mil- 
age 

Mch.  25 

8.0.0 

5.8' 

"  26 

4 

3.8.0 

40 

13.4 

"  29 

7 

2.8.0 

26 

8.8 

"  25 

3 

2.8.0 

20 

6.8 

"  26 

4 

2.4.0 

40 

13,4 

"  26 

4 

2.4.0 

40 

13.4 

"  26 

4 

2.0.0 

40 

13.4 

"  26 

4 

2.0.0 

40 

i;^.4 

"  26 

4 

2.0.0 

40 

13,4 

"  25 

3 

2.0,0 

20 

6.8 

"  29 

n 
i 

2.0.0 

40 

13,4 

"  29 

7 

2.0.0 

26 

8,8 

"  29 

7 

2.0.0 

26 

8,8 

Total 


1.  5.  8 

1.10.  4 

19.  9 

11.  5 

19..  2 

19,  2 

18,  8 

18,  8 

18,  8 

10.  8 

1.  2.  8 

0,18,  0 

0,18,  0 


;^12,10.10 


Thomas  Collins,  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont,  )  Clarendon,  June  11,  1781,     Personally  ap- 

Rutland  County,    j  peared    Capt.    Thomas    Collins,    signer  to  the 
foregoing  roll,  and   made    solemn  oath    that    the    several    articles 
therein  mentioned  are  justly  and  truly  charged  and  entered  accord- 
ing to  the  best  of  his  knowledge. 
Sworn  before  me. 

Increase  Mosely,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  OfBce,  12th.  of  June  1781.     The  within  roll  being 

examined  is  approved  and   the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 

same  to  Capt.  Thomas  Collins  or  order,  which  is  twelve  pounds  ten 

shillings  and  two  pence. 

Thos,   Chittenden,  |  ^  -i.* 

n^-^      -D  r  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,    j 

Date  above,  received  the  contents  of  the  above  order  in  behalf 
of  Thos.  Collins,  George  Shearman, 


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345 


[177]  [A  Scout  from  Moretowti] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  scout  from  Moretown.  March,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Per 

day 

Miles 

Mil- 
age 

Total 

Eben"'  Martin,  Capt. 
James  M'^Laughlin,  Lt. 
John  Hnnkins 

10 
10 
10 

6.8 
4.3 
1.4 

80 
80 
80 

4 
4 
4 

4.13.  4 
3.  9.  2 
2.  0.  0 

£\^.   2.   6 

Attest,         Eben^  Martin,  Capt. 
John  Barron,  Major. 

Pay  Table  Office,   Rutland,    Oct.    29,  1784.     The  within   Pay 
Roll  being  examined  and-approved,  the  Treasurer  will  pay  the  con- 
tents of  the  same  to  Maj.  John  Barron  for  said  scout,  being  the  sum 
■of  Ten  pounds  2/6  lawful  money. 

Tim"  Brownson,    )  .-^ 

Thomas  Tolman.  f  Committee. 


Rutland,  Oct.  29,  1784. 
the  above  order. 
^10.2.6 


Rec"^  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of 

John  Barron. 


■[99] 


\Capt.   John    Throop' s  Coinpa7iy\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Throop's  Company  of  Militia  for 
their  service  in  the  late  alarm  and  what  they  are  allowed  for  time 
from  their  respective  homes.     March  9,  1781. 


Names 


•Capt.  John  Throop 

Lt.  Bartholomew  Durkee 

"  Thomas  Vail 
Sergt.  Darius  Sessions 
"       Abidai  Smith 
"       Elijah  Mason 
William  Willson 
Corpl.  John  Peran 
Edmund  Hodges 
Eesolved  Sessions 


Com- 
mencing 


March  9 


4 

pr 

Amt. 

0) 

P^ 

day 

pay 

mile 

5.4 

1.  1.4 

4d 

4 

3.7 

14.4 

17 

4 

1.7 

14.4 

17 

4 

1.7 

6.4 

27 

4 

1.7 

6.4 

40 

7 

1.7 

11.1 

17 

4 

1.6 

6.4 

17 

.  3 

1.4 

4.6 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

40 

Total 


1.  7.0 
1.  0.0 
1.  0.0 
]5.4 
19.8 
16.9 
12.0 
10.2 
11.0 
18.8 


346 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Names 


Nathl.  Throop.  Sar' 
John  Bacon 
Henry  Ainsworth 
Jona.  Bebee 
Sylvester  Bugbee 
Timothy  Blaimer 
Josiah  Badcock 
Nathan  Chase 
Asa  Child 
John  Cheedle 
Daniel  Frasor 
W'"  Saml.  Hutchinson 
Seth  Hodges 
John  Hour 
Thomas  Noonan 
Daniel  Sharp 
Eben""  Winslow 
Samuel  Snow 
Jona.  Carpenter 
Ellzah  Carpenter 
Isaiah  Tinkham 


Com- 

pr 

Amt. 

01 

P^ 

mencing 

day 

pay 

17 

mile 

March  9 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

4d 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

7 

1.4 

9.4 

17 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

17 

6 

1.4 

8.0 

17 

8 

1.4 

4.0 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

17 

7 

1.4 

9.4 

17 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

17 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

17 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

17 

3 

1.4 

4.0 

17 

Total 


11.0 

11.0 

11.0 

11.0 

13.8 

11.0 

11.0 

11.0 

9.8 

11.0 

15.0 

9.& 

13.8 

9.8 

11.0 

11. 0 

15.0 

9.8 

9.8 

9.8 

9.8 


;^30.  5.7 


The  above  is  a  true  pay  roll. 


Attest, 


John  Throop. 


Windsor  County,  Windsor,  April  14,  1781. 

Sworn  before  John  Fassett,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office.     The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved 

and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  John  Throop 

or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  twenty  pounds  five  shillings  and  seven 

pence,  lawful  money.     Windsor,  April  14,  1781. 

Timo.  Brownson,  )  ^  ... 

T  u    u        1.4.  (■  Committee. 

John  tassett,  ) 

June  19,  1781.     Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
the  above  order. 

£20.5.7  John  Throop. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


347 


[162] 


\^Lieut.  Daniel  Spooner's  Company^ 


A  Pay   Roll  of  Lieut.    Daniel   Spooner's  Company  of  Militia 
that  marched  to  Orford  on  the  Alarm,  March,  1781. 


Names 


Lt.  Daniel  Spooner 
En.  Jonah  Loomis 
Sergt.  George  Denison 

"       John  Harvey 
Corpl.  Joseph  Evans 

"      Oliver  Eust 

"      Joseph  Grow,  Jun. 

"      John  Grow 
Dan  Davison 
Asa  Taylor 
Zebulon  Lee 
Thomas  Eichardson 
James  Eichardson 
Moses  Webster 
Asa  Wright 
Phineus  Eust 
Jeremiah  Eust 
John  Dunbar 
Nehemiah  Liscom 
W""  Sumner 
Eobert  Green 
Joseph  Eemington 
Walter  Smith 
Timo.  Lull 
W™  S.  Ashley 
Phin^  Killam 
Isaac  Main 
Wilder  Willard 
Eli  Willard 
Nathan  Call 
Eleazer  Bishop 
Benj.  Munsell 
Job.  Tiller 
Parsons  Antisill 
John  Goldsbary 
W"^  Gouldsbary 
Joseph  Gallup 
Paul  Spnoner,  Sur° 
Timo.  Fisher 
W™  Patterson 


Days 

P'-  day 

Amt. 
pay 

Miles 

P^ 
mile 

4a 

Total 

2 

H.7 

7.2 

32 

0.17.10 

2 

3.7 

7.2 

32 

( ( 

17.10 

2 

1.7 

3.2 

32 

( ( 

13.10 

2 

I.e. 

3.2 

32 

1  ( 

13.10 

2 

1.6 

3. 

32 

« 4 

13.  8 

2 

1.6 

3. 

32 

1  ( 

13.  8 

2 

1.6 

3. 

32 

1  ( 

13.  8 

2 

1.4 

3. 

32 

>  ( 

13.  8 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

32 

( i 

13.  4 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

32 

1  ( 

13.  4 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

32 

1  ( 

13.  4 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

32 

( < 

13.  4 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

32 

1 1 

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£21.\iS.  0 


A  true  roll.  Attest,  Danl.  Spooner,  Lt. 

Windsor  County,  Windsor,  April  17,  1781.     Sworn  before 
-;,^-27.16.0  John  Fassett,  Asst. 


348 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


State  of  Vermont,  Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Lt.  Daniel  Spooner  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  twenty- 
seven  pounds  sixteen  shillings  lawful  money. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  |  ^ 

John  Fassett,  \  Committee. 

June  25,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order.  Paul  Spooner. 

[143]  [Capt.  John  Burt's  Co7npany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Burt's  Company  in  Col.  Samuel 
Fletcher's  Regiment  of  Militia,  for  service  done  in  the  month  of 
March,  1781,  both  days  included. 


Names 


Capt.  Burt 
Lt.  Every  Holbrook 
"  Peter  Hazeltine 
Sergt.  Amos  Holbrook 

"     Am^  [Amariah]  Taft 
John  Hunthin  [Huntlin] 
Iham  Barns 
Benj.  Murdock 
Benj.  Kugg 
Caleb  Hayward 
Ephre  Barns 
Jona.  elation 
Benj.  How 
John  How 
Thad^  Hazeltine 
Byal  Hazeltine 
Thomas  Case 
Thomas  Black 
John  Dyer 
Benj.  Dyer 
Ebeu.  Burt 
William  Robins 
Saml.  Wiswell 
Paul  Hayward 
Stephen  Wilcox 
Isaac  Hunt  [Hart] 
Silas  Hayward 
Josh  Wood 
Amos  Gray 
Benj.  Fuller 
Edward  Smith 
Josiah  Fisk 


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John  Burt,  Capt- 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


34& 


State  of  Vermont,  Arling-ton,  Aug.  13,  1781.  The  within  roll 
sworn  to  by  Capt.  John  Burt,  before 

John  Fasset,  Jr.,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Aug.  13,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  John  Burt  or  bearer,  being  thirteen  pounds  nine  shillings  and 
twopence,  lawful  money.  John  Fassett,  |  Co  n^e 

Timo.  Brownson,  f 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order. 

;^13.9.2  John  Burt. 


[105] 


[^Scouts  under  Command  of  Lieut.  Nathaniel  IV/iite] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  party  of  Men  belonging  to  Col.  Peter  Olcott's 
Regiment,  under  the  command  of  Lieut.  Nathaniel  White,  em- 
ployed as  Scouting  Parties  for  one  month  by  Col.  Olcott's  order,  in 
the  month  of  March,  1781. 


Names 


Nathl.  White,  Lt. 
Robert  Johnston 
John  Barron 
Benjamin  Barnard 
Elijah  Blood 
John  Barnard 
Samuel  Miller 
Levi  Collins 
John  Andross 
Nathan  SpaflFord 
John  Gait 
Jeremiah  Bowen 
Thomas  McFarland 
John  Jacobs 
Nicholas  White 


When 
engaged 


1^'  March 


For  -what 
term 


one  month 


Time  of  service 

Dollars 

per 
month 

18 

Months 

Days 
30 

30 

6§ 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

30 

do 

Total 


5. 8. a 

2. 

2. 

2. 

3. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

3. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

2. 

3, 

;^33.8.(> 


Nathl.  White,  Lieut. 

I  do  swear  by  the  Ever-Living  God,  that  the  within  Roll  is  a 
true  state  of  the  company  under  my  command,  without  any  fraud 
to  the  State  of  Vermont  or  any  individual,  according  to  my  best 
knowledge.  Natha.  W^hite,  Lieut. 

Feb.  5,  1782.     Sworn  before  me. 

Noah  White,  Justice  of  Peace. 


350 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  27'^  Feb.  1782.  The  above 
pay  roll  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to 
pay  unto  Lieut.  Nathl.  White  the  sum  of  thirty-three  pounds  eight 

shillings  lawful  money.  Nathl.   Brush,       )  ^  .  , 

Irr\-  -L        _     c  committee, 
saac    Tichenor,    ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  Windsor,  June  18,  1782.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen, 
Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order  for  Lieut.  White. 


Bildad  Andros. 


[83] 


[A   Scout  from   Strafford^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  three  men  which  went  from  Strafford  to  Brook- 
field  in  the  month  of  March-,  1781,  on  a  Scout  in  the  State  service, 
by  orders  from  Gen.  Olcott. 


Names 

Days 

Per  day 

Miles 

Total 

Ensign  Solomon  Calkin 

John  Harris 

James  Ordway           ^     ' 

3 
3 
3 

1.7^ 

1.4 

1.4 

20 
20 
20 

0.10.  6 
0.10.  8 
0.10.  8 

^1.11.10^ 

Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  22,  1782.  The  within  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Solomon  Calkin,  or  bearer,  it  being  one  pound  eleven  shillings  ten 
V^  pence.  John  Strong,  )  Committee. 


Timothy  Brownson, 
1783.       Received    of    Ira 


Thetford,  July  28,  1783.  Received  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq., 
Treasurer,  one  pound  eleven  shillings  and  ten  pence  half  penny 
Lawful  Money  in  full  of  the  within  account  and  above  order. 

^1.11.10>^  Elijah  Beaman. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


351 


[58] 


\Capt.   Samuel  S.   Savage's  Conipany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Savage's  Company  of  Militia,  that  marched 
the   16th  day   of   March  last  by    order   from    Genl.    Baley,    Esq. 
Windsor.  March  16,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Amount 

Capt.  Saml.  Stow  Savage 

3 

42 

1.10.  0 

Lt.  Jerathl.  Comings 

1.   4.   9 

Lt.  Smith 

1.   4.   9 

Sergt.  James  Fletcher 

0.18.   9 

Sergt.  Worcester 

0.18.   9 

•'       Hunter 

0.18.   9 

"       Woods 

0.18.   9 

Corpl.  Bishop 

0.18.   9 

"       Adams 

0.18.   6 

William  Hunter 

0.18.   6 

Elnathan  Hubbard 

0.18.  6 

Jeremh.  Bishop 

0.18.  0 

Elijah  Allen 

0.18.  0 

Edward  Allen 

0.18.  0 

Jos.  Palmenty 

0.18.  0 

John  Wood 

0.18.   0 

Jona.  Cady 

0.18.   0 

John  Caday 

0.18.   0 

Benj.  Caday 

0.18.   0 

Nathan  Fish 

0.18.  0 

Total 

\ 

;^19.   9.   6 

Test,  Saml.  Stow  Savage,  Capt. 

Windsor  County,  Windsor,  Apl.  13,  1781.     Sworn  before 

John  Fassett,  Asst. 

State  of  Vermont,  Pay  Table  Office.     The  within  pay  roll  ex- 
amined and  approved,  and  the   Treasurer  is  directed   to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Saml.   Stow  Savage  or  bearer,   being   the   sum   of 
nineteen  pounds  nineteen  shillings  and  six  pence,  lawful  money. 
Given  at  Windsor,  Apl.  13,  1781. 

Thos.   Chittenden,  )  Q^^ee 
John  Fassett,  \ 

June  14,  1781.      Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treas.,  the  contents  of  the 
above  order  for  Capt.  Savage.  Eben""  Curtis. 


352 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[19]  \^Capt.   John  Marcys  Company'] 

A   Pay   Roll  of  Capt.  John  Mercy's  Company  of  Militia  that 
marched  the  16'^  day  of  March  last  by  orders  from  Gen.  Bailey,  Esq., 
Windsor,  March  16,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  John  Mercy 

3 

42 

1.10.   0 

Lt.  Elnathan  Strong 

1.   4.   9 

Lt.  Eben''  Hoisington 

1.   4.   9 

Sergt.  John  Mercey 

O.IS.   9 

Saml.  Pattrick 

0.18.   9 

Matthew  Pattrick 

0.18.   9 

William  Hilton 

0.18.   9 

Corpl.  Thomas  Wilson 

0.18.  6 

"       llezekiah  Thompson 

* 

0.18.   6 

Sylvanus  Waters 

0.18.   0 

Stephen  Jacobs 

0.18.   0 

Eldad  Hubbard 

0.18.   0 

Eben""  Curtis 

0.18.   0 

John  Curtis 

0.18.   0 

Elisha  Hawley 

0.18.   0 

Joseph  Thomas 

0.18.   0 

Joel  Butler 

0.18.   0 

Peter  Currier 

0.18.   0 

Jacob  Hastens 

0.18.   0 

Eben""  Squire 

0.18.   0 

Jeded*^  Levins 

0.18.   0 

Stephen  Marcy 

0.18.   0 

Lothrop  Thomson 

0.18.   0 

Simeon  Knovvlton  [Nolton] 

0.18.  0 

Saml.  Mercy 

0.18.  0 

Isaiah  Burke 

0.18.  0 

Leonard  Spoilden 

0  18.  0 

John  Gouss 

0.18.  0 

W"  &  Saml.  Jewett,  18/  each 

1.16.   0 

- 

^28.   9.   6 

John  Marcy,  Capt. 

Windsor  County,  Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

Sworn  before  John  Fassett,  Asst. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


353 


Pay  Table  Office.  The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved 
and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  John  Marcy 
or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  twenty-eight  pounds,  nine  shillings  and 
six  pence,  lawful  money. 

Given  at  Windsor,  April  13,  1781. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  )  ^ 

;^28.9.6.  John  Fassett,  j- ^"i" 

Bennington,  22d  June,  1781.  Then  received  the  contents  of 
the  within  pay  roll.  John  Marcy,  Captain. 

[14]  \_Capt.  J.  Burk's  and  Capt.   M.    Gibson  s  Companies] 

A  Pay  Abstract  for  Capt.  Jesse  Burk's  and  Capt.  Michael 
Gilson's  Companies,  officers  and  soldiers  included,  who  marched  in 
the  Alarm,  March  (at  Newbury)  1781. 


Names 


Capt.  Jesse  Burk 
Sub°  Benj.  Whitney 
Non-com'^  Experience  Fisk 
Jabez  Perry 
Cleaford  Chaffy 
Richard  Doraen  [Deraen?] 
Calvin  Chaffy 
John  Gould 
Charles  Rice 
y-Nathl.   Kittredge 
Joseph  Burk 
John  M'^Neal 
Silas  Burk 
Jesse  Ide 
Cornelius  Miller 
Pearl  Gould 
Saml.  Phipper 
John  Petty 
Abel  Carpenter 


No. 

No. 

Pay 

Wages 

days 
3 

miles 
30 

per 
mile 

per 
day 

4d 

5/4 

3 

30 

4 

3/7 

3 

30 

4 

1/5/2 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/1 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/1 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/1 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

3 

30 

4 

1/4 

Total 


1.   6. 

1.  0. 

0.14. 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 

0.14 


0 
9 

4^ 


^11-  5.  i; 


Pay  Table  Office,  6th  Sept.  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
Jesse  Burk  or  bearer,  it  being  fourteen  pounds,  five  shillings  and 


a  penny 


[23] 


John  Strong,  ,  ^^^,, 

Timo.  Brownson,  \ 


354 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


Rec'd.  Arlington,  Sept.  15,  1781,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents 
of  the  within  order.  Jesse  Burk,  Capt. 


[52] 


[Capt  Joshua   Hazens  Company  [party] 


A  Pay  Roll  for  that  pa[r]t  of  Capt.  Joshua  Hazen's  Company 
in  Col.  Wood's  Regiment  that  marcht  with  Lieut.  William  Bramble 
to  Dresden  in  the  alarm  at  Newbury  when  Col.  Thos.  Johnson 
was  carried  away  captive.      [March,  1781] 


Names 


William  Bramble 
Asa  Kmerson 
Jacob  Hall 
Jonathan  Burtch 
Jesse  Hall 
Joshua  Dewey 
Abel  Marsh 
Eoger  Marsh 
Elkanah  Spra^ue,  Jr. 
Elnathan  Allen 
ElHot  Porter 
Jonathan  Reynold 
W"  Curtis 
James  Burtch 
Isaac  Jones 
Oliver  Wateman 
W°'  Dunham 
John  Carpenter 
Joseph  Marsh,  Jr. 
Daniel  Marsh 
Thos.  Eichardson 
W™  Burtch 


Rank 

Miles 
travel 

Days 

in 
service 

Lieut. 

12 

o 

Sergt. 

do 

3 

Private 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

.   2 

do 

do 

2 

Corporal 

do 

2 

Private 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

do 

do 

2 

r 

:otal  of  t 

he  whole 

Expense 


^0.8.  0 
2.11 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 

2.  8 


Total 


0.12.  6 
6.11 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  9- 

fi.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 

6.  8 


,;^7.12.4.  8* 


*So  in  roll. 

Test.  William  Bramble,  Lieut. 

Hartford,  April  y«  3rd,  1781. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  June  22,  1781.  The  within 
account  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  same  to  Lt.  William  Bramble  or  bearer,  being  seven  pounds 
seven  shillings  and  six  pence, 

Jno.  Fassett,  ^  ^^^^^^ 

limo.   Brownson,  \ 

June  23,  1781.  Received  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents 
of  this  order. 

;^7.12.6.  Elkanah  Sprague. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


355 


[370]  \Capt.   Joshua  Hazen's  Company] 

A  Paj'-  Roll  of  Capt.  Joshua  Hazen's  Companyj  who  marched 
to  PJermont,  upon  Gen.  Bailey's  request,  March  9,  A.  D.  1781,  in 
the  Alarm  at  Peacham. 


Names 

Days 

Wages 
due 

1.0.8 

Miles 
from 

Miles 
home 

Amt. 
travel 

0.10.0 

Total 

Joshua  Hazen,           Capt. 

2 

30 

30 

1.  0.8 

Asa  Hazen,                  Sergt. 

2 

3.2 

30 

30 

10. 

13.3 

David  Wright, 

2 

3.2 

30 

30 

10. 

13.2 

Elias  Chapman,          Sergt. 

2 

3.2 

30 

30 

10. 

13.2 

Andrew  Tracy,               " 

2 

3.2 

30 

30 

10. 

13.2 

Stephen  Tilden,  Jr.,  Corpl. 

2 

3.0 

30 

30 

10. 

13.0 

Hezekiah  Hazen,            " 

2 

3.0 

30 

30 

10. 

13.0 

John  Gillet  [Jillet], 

2 

3.0 

30 

30 

10. 

13.0 

Joseph  Chapman 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

13.8 

Erastus  Chapman 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Simeon  Curtis 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Thomas  Savage 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

13.8 

Thomas  Hazen 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

13.8 

Solomon  Hazen 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

13.8 

Flavel  [Israel]  Gillet 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

13.8 

Enoch  Eaton 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Jonathan  Bement 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Timo.  Johnston 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Artery  Robinson 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Nathl.  Bugby 

2 

2.8 

80 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Nehemiah  Closson 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

James  Tracy 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Thomas  Tracy 

3 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Josiah  Tilden 

.     2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

13.8 

Luther  Powell 

2 

•     2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Calvin  Powell 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

William  Strong 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Solomon  Strong 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Solomon  Strong,  Jr. 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Seth  Savage 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Benj.  Wright 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Redinton  Wright 

2 

2.8 

30    ' 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Benj.  Burk 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10. 

12.8 

Stephen  Tilden 

2 

2.8 

30 

30 

10, 

12.8 

;{:22.  1.8 

Attest,     Joshua  Hazen,  Captain. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  June  22^  1781.  The  within 
account  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Joshua  Hazen  or  bearer,  being  twenty-two 
pounds  one  shilling  and  eight  pence. 

Thos.  Fassett,  Timo.  Brownson,  Committee. 

June  23,  1781.     Reed,  in  full. 

^22.1.8  Elkanah  Sprague. 


356 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[290] 


\^Capt.  Timothy  Brush's  Company  {part)  "j 


A  Pay  Roll  of  part  Capt.  Timothy  Brush's  Company,  who 
marched  by  order  of  Col.  Peter  Olcott  at  the  time  the  enemy  came 
to  Peacham,  under  the  command  of  Lieut.  John  Hopson, 
March  9,  1781. 


Names 

Time  pay 
ment 

"Days 

Wag- 
es 
due 

Miles 
travel 

Pr 

mile 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Lt.  John  Hopson 

March  9 

2 

3.7 

12 

4d 

s 
0.4.0 

11.   2 

Sergt.  Joel  Stimson 

2 

1.7 

12 

4 

4. 

7.  2 

"    Elas  Newton 

2 

1.7 

12 

4 

4. 

7.  2 

"     Benj.  Burton 

2 

1.7 

12 

4 

4. 

7.   2 

Corpl.  Elisha  Freeman 

2 

1.5 

12 

4 

4. 

6.10 

John  Bush 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Elijah  Baldwin 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Jona.  Bartlet 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Joseph  Bartlet 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Elet  Bartlet 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

G.  8 

John  Burton 

2. 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Israel  Brown 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Daniel  Brown 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Jonathan  Benton 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

David  Belknap 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Elijah  Burnap 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Prince  Freeman 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Hezekiah  Goodrich 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Josiah  Goodrich 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Reuben  Hatch 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

John  Hatch 

2 

£.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Constant  Murdock[Moredock] 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Cyprian    Morgan 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Francis  Smalley 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

John  Spear 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

John  Sargent 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Jonas  Eichards 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Samuel  Thacher  [Tacher] 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Levi  Waterman 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Joseph  Wales 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

John  Slaughton 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

Eoswell  Morgan 

2 

2.8 

12 

4 

4 

6.  8 

;^10.19.     6 

A  true  roll. 


Attest, 


John  Hopson,  Lieut. 


Norwich,   June  9,    1781.      Then    personally   appeared    Lieut. 
John    Hopson    of    Norwich    afor*^   and    made    oath   to    the    within, 
pay  roll,  that  it  was  made  according  to  the  best  of  his  judgment. 
Before  me,         Nathl.  Brown,  Justice  of  the  Peace. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS  357 

Pay  Table  Office,  25*''  June,  1781.  Examined  and  approved, 
the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  John  Hopkins,  or 
bearer,  it  being  ten  pounds  nineteen  shillings  and  six  pence. 


■L-^      TD  [  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,  j 


Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 
;,^10.19.6  Elisha  Burton. 


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STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[375] 


\^A   Scout  under  Lieut.   James  Smalley\ 


A  Pay  Roll  for  service  done  in  a  Scout  under  the  command  of 
Lt.  James  Smalley  at  the  time  of  the  Alarm  at  Peacham,  by  order 
from  Col.  Peter  Olcott,  March  16,  1781. 


Names 

Time 
engaged 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 

Pr 

mile 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Lt.  James  Smalley 
Jona.  Lord 
Elisha  Waterman 

Mar.  16 
1  <        <t 

4 
4 
4 

0.15.0 
5.4 
5.4 

30 
30 
30 

4d 

4 
4 

0.10.0 
10. 
10. 

1.  4.4 
15.4 
15.4 

i:2.17.8 

Jas.   Smalley,  Lt. 
State  of  Vermont.     Norwich,  9th  of  June,  1781.     Sworn  before 
Benj.  Emmons,  Asst. 

Examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same,  it  being  two  pounds  seventeen  shillings  and  eight  pence. 
Pay  Table  Office,  25th  June,  1781. 

ir^.  D  \  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,  ) 

June  25,  1781.     Reed,    of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the   contents 
of  this  order. 

^2.17.8  Elisha  Burton. 


[268] 


\Capt.   Benjamin  Cox's    Company\ 


A   Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Cox's  Company  of   Militia,  for  marching 
to  Fort  Fortitude  at  Bethel  in  the  year  1781. 


Names 


Capt.  Benj.  Cox 
Sergt.  John  Newton 
Amos  Bicknell 
Nathan  Boman 
Joseph  Boman 
Solomon    Aikins 
William  Freeman 
Andrew  vStevens 
Saml.  Steward  [Steard] 


Time 
when 


Mar.    9 


Days 

Miles 

Pr 

day 

2 

7 

5.4 

2 

7 

1.7 

2 

7 

1.4 

2 

7 

1.4 

2 

7 

1.4 

2 

7 

1.4 

2 

7 

1.4 

2 

7 

1.4 

a 

7 

1.4 

Total 


0.13.0 
0.   5.6 


0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 
0. 


5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 


^2  13.6 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


361 


Norwich,  April  9,  1781.  Then  appeared  before  me  Capt. 
Benj.  Cox  and  made  oath  that  the  within  pay  roll  was  just,  with- 
out fraud  to  the  public  or  any  private  person. 

Benj.  Emmons,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  June  23,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  exam- 
ined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same, 
which  is  eleven  pounds  seventeen  shillings  and  two  pence. 

Timo.  Brownson,  )  r-^«.«,,-ff^^ 

>■  Committee, 


June  25,  1781. 
Treasurer. 
^11.17.2. 


John  Fassett, 
Reed,   the  contents  of  this  order  of  I.  Allen, 

Joseph  Foster. 


[254]  [A  Scout  from  Moretown] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Scout  from  Moretown. 


Names 


Ebeti''  Martin,  Capt. 
James  McLaughlin,  Lt. 
John  Hunkins 


When 
marched 


Mar.  1781 


Days 

P'^ 

day 

Miles 

10 

0.6.8 

80 

10 

0.4.3 

80 

10 

0.1.4 

80 

Total 


4.13.4 
3.  9.2 
2.  0.0 

^10.   2.6 


Eben'"  Martin,  Capt. 
John  Barron,  Major 

Pay  Table  Office,  Rutland,  Oct .  29,  1784.     The  within  roll  being 

examined  and  approved,   the  Treasurer  will  pay  the  contents  of 

the  same  to  Maj.  John  Barron,  for  said  scout,  being   the  sura   of 

ten  pounds  2/6  lawful  money. 

Timo.  Brownson,  )  ,^  ., . 

rpi        rr>  1  Y  Committee. 

Thos.  Tolman,       f 


Rutland,  Oct.  29,  1784. 
of  the  above  order. 
^10.2.6 


Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents 


John  Barron. 


362 


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[169]  \_Capt.   William  Heaton's  Company'] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt,  William  Heaton's  Company  of  Militia  in 
Thetford,  from  August,  1780,  to  April,  1781,  in  the  alarm  at 
Royalton  and  twice  to  Newbery,  &c. 


Wages 

Amt.    of 

Names 

Days 

due 
4.  0.0 

Miles 

travel 

Capt.  William  Heaton 

12 

68 

1.2.8 

Lt.  Timo.  Bartholomew 

12 

2.16.0 

68 

1.2.8 

Lt.  John  Wright 

12 

2.16.0 

68 

1.2.8 

Lt.  Abner  Howard 

12 

2.16.0 

68 

1.2.8 

Sergt.  E.  Hosford 

12 

19. 

68 

1.2.8 

Sergt.  Joel  Strong 

12 

19. 

68 

1.2.8 

"       Joel  Cham  be  rl  in 

12 

19. 

68 

1.2.8 

"       Walter  Abbot 

12 

19. 

68 

1.2.8 

Corpl.  Simon  Gillet 

12 

17. 

68 

1.2.8 

"       Frederick  Arnist 

12 

17. 

68 

1.2.8 

"       Charles  Chamberlin 

12 

17. 

68 

1.2.8 

"       Richard  Wallace 

12 

17. 

68 

1.2.8 

David  English 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

David  Mann 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Frederick  Mann 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Eldad  Post 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Aaron  Post 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Ichabod  Trusdel 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Aaron  Truesdel 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Aaron  Hosford 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

John  Stewart 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Abijah  Howard 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Joseph  Hosford 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Noah  Swetland 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

W™  Cushman 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Elisha  Woodworth 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Joseph  Downer 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Cushman  Downer 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Gardner  Dustou 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Orange  Heaton 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Abner  Chamberlin 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Elijah  Howard 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Benj.  Chamberlin 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Saml.  Galusha 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Zebede  Howard 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

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365 


Wages 

Amt.  of 

Names 

Days 

due 

Miles 

travel 

Moses  Cadwell 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Beriah  Loomis 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Abel  Wright 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Samuel  Wright 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Jonathan  Nichols 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

John  Osboru 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Samuel  Rogers 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.& 

George  Hubbard 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

David  Bow 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Thomas  Divine 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Moody  Truman 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Jeptha  Tyler 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

Solomon  Strong 

12 

16. 

68 

1.2.8 

^98.0.0 

Pay  Table   Office,    June   23^   1781.      The  within   pay  roll  is 

examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  ordered  ta 

pay  the  same  to  Capt.  William    Heaton   or  bearer,  it  being  for  the 

sum  of  ninety-eight  pounds. 

Tim.o.  Brownson,    )  r^ •,, 

T  ,      o^  y  Committee. 

John  Strong, 


June  26,  1781. 
this  order. 
^98.0.0 


Reed,  of  I.  Allen,   Treasurer,   the  contents  of 

Timo.  Bartholomew. 


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[340]  \Capt.    Si??ieon  Stevens'   Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Simeon  Stevens'  Company  in  Newbury, 
from  May,  1779,  to  May,  1781,  of  service  done  in  guarding  and 
scouting  in  the  sundry  alarms,  guarding  prisoners,  under  the  com- 
mand of  Col.  Peter  Olcott. 


Names 

Days 

Pay 
pr  month 

Total 

Simeon  Stevens,  Capt. 

25 

12.0.0 

6.13.4 

Joseph  Chamberlin,  Lt. 

25 

8 

4.   6.4 

Dudley  Carleton,  2'^  Lt. 

25 

8 

4.   6.4 

Saml.  Eaton 

19 

2.8 

1.10.3 

Wright  Chamberlin  \ 

19 

2.8 

1.10.3 

Henry  Lovewell        >•  Sergts. 

19 

2.8 

1.10.3 

Josiah  Page                ) 

19     ' 

2.8 

1.10.3 

Joseph  Wilson 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

Err  Chamberlin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Otho  Stevens 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Saml.  Stevens 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

William  Wallace 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Zaoheus  Lovewell 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

William  Tapline 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

James  Dodge 

29 

2. 

1.18.8 

Levi  Sylvester,  Jr. 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jacob  Fowler,  3*^ 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Joseph  White,  Jr. 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Amos  Berratt  [Benatt] 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Thomas  Chamberlin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jacob  Page 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

David  Hazletine 

33 

2. 

2.  4. 

Robert  Hunkins 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

Jona.  Goodwin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jacob  Kent 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

Thomas  Brock 

19 

2. 

l.,5.4 

Eben^  White 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Mills,  Jr. 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Mills,  Sen. 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Reuben  Foster 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Isaac  Stevens 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Mansfield  Taplin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Duncan  McLean 

26 

2. 

1.14.8 

Remembrance  Chamberlin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

'John  Taplin 

19 

2. 

1.   54 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


369 


Names 

Days 

Pay 

pr  month 

Total 

Abner  Fowler 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Benjamin  Muzzey 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Robert  Johnstone  . 

57 

2. 

3.16. 

Peletiah   BlibS 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jona,  Butterfield 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jona.  Fowler 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Hazeltine 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Asa  Webster 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Saml.  Barnate 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Willibie  Goodin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Benj.  Barnett 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Goodwin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Barnate 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Uriah  Chamberlin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Brown 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Ephraim  Lecy 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Gideon  Smith 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Aaron  Osmore 

39 

2. 

2.12. 

Saml.  Heath 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Ephraim  Bayley 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jameas  Heath 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Ephraim  Webster 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Ephraim  Webster,  Jun'' 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Fry  Bayley 

29 

2. 

1.18.8 

Peter  Johnson 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Elihu  Johnson 

20 

2. 

1.   6.8 

Saml.  Johnson 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Russell 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Amos  Kirnball 

8 

2. 

10.8 

Saml.  Webster 

19 

2. 

1.   5  4 

Abiel  Chamberlin 

31 

2. 

2.   1.4 

Timo.  Sargent 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Neh^  Lovewell,  Jr. 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Baird 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Sylvanus  Heath 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Neh''  Lovewell,  Senior 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jacob  Bayley,  Jr. 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Moses  Kelly 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

James  Bayley 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

William  Johnson 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Nathl.   Chamberlin 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

[24] 


370 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

Days 

Pay 
pr  month 

Total 

Saml.  Hadley 

32 

2. 

2.  2.8 

Asher  Chamberlin 

23 

2. 

1.10.8 

Silas  Chamberlin 

19    . 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jacob  Fowler,  Jr. 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

Jacob  Gates 

39 

2. 

2.12. 

Jona.  Lovewell 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

Jacob  Kent,  Junior 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Edmund   Brown 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

James  Vance 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

John  Vance 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Thos.  Hibbard 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Joseph  Taylor 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Thomas  Johnson 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Paul  Ford 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Thos.  McKeitch 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

Samuel  Fellows 

19 

2. 

1.   5  4 

Andrew  Carter 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Jesse  Heath 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Aaron  Shepard 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Nicholas  White 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

Moses  Chamberlin 

21 

2. 

1.  8. 

Stephen  Powers 

19 

2. 

1.  5.4 

Jona.  Powers 

19 

2. 

1.   5  4 

Ashbel  Shepard 

14 

2. 

18  8 

Cornelius  Morgan 

19 

2. 

1.   5.4 

;^149.7.4 

Simeon  Stevens,  Capt. 

Newbury,  June  7,  1785.  This  certifieth  that  then  Capt. 
Simeon  Stevens  personally  appeared  and  gave  solemn  oath  to  the 
truth  of  the  within  roll,  errors  excepted,  before  me, 

Jacob  Kent,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  July  9,  1785.  The  within  roll 
is  examined  and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same,  amounting  to  one  hundred  forty-nine  pounds  seven  shil- 
lings and  four  pence,  lawful  money,  to  Capt.  Simeon  Stevens  (or 
bearer) 

Sam^  Barilet,  |     ^  .,, 

n^-         -D  y     Committee. 

1  imo.  Brownson,  j 

Sunderland,  July  9,  1785.     Reed,    of   I.    Allen,    Treasurer,    the 
contents  of  this  order. 

^149.7.4  John  G.  Bayley. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


371 


[331] 


[Scouts  under  Cominand  of  Capt.  Frye  Bayley\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  party  of  men  belonging  to  Col.  Peter  Olcott's 
Regiment  under  the  command  of  Capt.  Frye  Bayley,  employed  in 
scouting,  dated  at  Newbury,  8th  May,.  1781. 


When 

For 

Time  of 

service 

Names 

en- 
gaged 

what 
term 

Total 

Mos. 

Days 

Frye  Bayley,  Capt. 

1 

7 

9.17.4 

James  Bayley,  Lt. 

!^ 

1 

7 

6.12.7 

Thos.  Chamberlin,  Lt. 

h9 

o 

20 

3.11.8 

Thomas  Johnson 

d;    . 

•rs 

16 

1.   1.4 

Levi  Sylvester 

Cfi' 

1 

7 

2.   9.4 

Aaron  Sheppard 

in 
1-J 

03 

20 

1.   6.8 

Ephraim  Webster 

<_ 

15 

1.   0.0 

Stephen  Powers 

1 

7 

2.   9.4 

Jonathan  Powers 

Cu 

<-► 

1 

7 

2.   9.4 

Samuel  Johnson 

o 

3 

20 

1.   6.8 

Jesse  Heath 
Asa  Webster 

CD 

O 
o 

15 
14 

1.   0.0 

0.18.8 

David  Hazeltine 

o 

r^ 

19 

1.   5.4 

Joseph  White 

cr 

CD 

3 

26 

1.14.8 

Jacob  Bayley,  Jr. 

1-1 

i-j 

1 

2 

2.   2.8 

Nehemiah  Lovewell 

sr 

CD 

1 

7 

2.   9.4 

John  Lovewell 

l-^ 

1 

7 

2.   9.4 

Abiel  Chamberlin 

1—' 

12 

0.16.0 

Err  Chamberlin 

CO 

o 

c 

15 

1.   0.0 

Nathl.  Merrill 

f-t- 

o 

10 

0.13.4 

Joseph  Chamberlin 

w 

4 

0.   5.4 

Samuel  Eaton 

5' 

15 

1.   0.0 

Samuel  Hadley 

^ 

CO 

fD 

10 

0.13.0 

Joshua  Bayley 

j» 

< 

1 

( ( 

2.  0.0 

Henry  Lovewell 

o 

1 

7 

2.   9.4 

John  Gibson 

00 

o 

1 

7 

2.   9.4 

Benj.   Barnett 

1 

It 

2.   0.0 
^57.10.7 

The  above  is  a  true  and   just  pay 
officer. 

Newbury,  May  8,  1781. 


roll  on  the  honor  of 
Frye  Bayley,  Capt. 


an 


372 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


In  Council,  Feb.  18,  1782.  Resolved,  that  it  be  and  hereby  is 
recommended  to  the  committee  of  Pay  Table  to  adjust  and  draw 
an  order  on  the  Treasurer  for  the  payment  of  the  within  Pay  Roll. 

Attest,  Jos.  Fay,  Secretary. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Feb.  19,  1782.  The  within  pay 
roll  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
sum  of  fifty-seven  pounds  ten  shillings  and  seven  pence  to  Capt. 
Frye  Bayley  or  order.  Isaac  Tichenor,    |    ^ 

Nathl.   Brush,      f  Committee. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Windsor,  Feb.  20,  1783.  Reed,  of  Ira 
Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being- 
fifty-seven  pounds  ten  shillings  and  seven  pence,  lawful  money, 
for  and  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Frye  Bayley. 

p^57.10.7  Nehemiah  Lovewell,  Jr. 

[15]  [  Capt.   Stephen  Calkms'   Coinpany\ 

A    Pay  Roll   of   Capt.    Stephen    Calkins'    Company,    Col.    Ira. 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia 


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1— 1 

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20 

Whe 
return 

QQ 

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6 

1 

Pay  p 
mont 

03 
O 
EH 

Lt.  Eben'-  Wilson 

25 

5.8.0 

25 

0.8.^ 

i         1.18.2 

Sergt.  Jona.  Sprague 

25 

2.0.8 

0.18.4 

"       Luther  Colvin 

25 

2.0.8 

18.4 

Jona.  Seely 

25 

2.0.0 

16.4 

George  Gage 

25 

2.0.0 

16.4 

William  Gage 

35 

3.0.0 

16.4 

William  Louden 

25 

3.0.0 

16.4 

Matthew  Ray 

25 

3 

2.0.0 

16.4 

Edward  Soper 

25 

6 

2.0.0 

16.4 

Obadiah  Al  en 

25 

2.0.0 

16.4 

Philip   Spalding 

25 

2.0.0 

16.4 

Job  Conger 

25 

2.0.0 

16.4 

Asher  Conger 

35 

2.0.0 

16.4 

Eichard  Latten  . 

25 

2.0.0 

16.4 

David  Howard 

25 

2.0.0 

16.4 

Equella  Sturge 

25 

2.0.0 

16.4 

Thos.  Allen 

25 

2.0.0 

'            16.4 

James  Webster 

Nov4 

15 

S.0.0 

1.   8.4 

Jesse  Tuttle 

4 

15 

2.0.0 

1.  8.4 

W»  Creubly,  Jr. 

4 

15 

2.0.0 

1.  8.4 

Constant  Vail 

4 

15 

3.0.0 

1.  8.4 

Nichodemus  Herenton 

4 

15 

3.0.0 

1.  8.4 

Jonathan  Grover 

4 

15 

2.0.0 

1.  8.4 

John  Horton 

2 

25 

6 

2.0.0 

0.16.4 

;^  23. 18.4 

Lt.'s  Rations 
Total 


0.   4.0 

;^34.  2.4 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


373 


Pay  Table  Office,  30th  May,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll 
examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to 
pay  the  same,  being  ;^24.2.4  Thos.   Chittenden,  )  ^      gg 

Timo.  Brownson,    j 

Date  above  rec'd.  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above. 

Stephen   Calkins. 


[34] 


\Capt.  Stephen  Calkins'   Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Stephen  Calkins'  Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Ira  Allen's  Regiment. 


Names 

When 
march- 
ed 

When 
return- 
ed 

Days 

Pay  per 
month 

Miles 
travel 

Amt.   of 
travel 

Total 

■Capt.  Stephen  Calkins 

26 

30 

5 

8.0.0 

25 

0.8.4 

1.17.1 

Lt.  Eben'  Wilson 

5.8.0 

8.4 

1.   6.7 

En.  Isaac  Colvin 

5.8.0 

8.4 

1.  6.7 

Sergft.  Luther  Colvin 

2.8.0 

8.4 

0.16.4 

"       Jona.  Sprague 

2.0.0 

8.4 

16.4 

Danl.  Vanderlander 

2.0.0 

' 

8.4 

15.0 

Oershom  Conger 
Amos  Colvin 

2.0.0 
2.0.0 

8.4 
8.4 

15.0 
15.0 

Philip  Spaulding 
Obadiah  Allen 

2.0.0 
2.0.0 

8.4 
8.4 

15.0 
15.0 

Edward  Soper 
Obadiah  Edmunds 

2.0.0 
2.0.0 

8.4 
8.4 

15.0 
15.0 

Henry  Spalding 
W""  Gage 

2.0.0 
2.0.0 

8.4 
8.4 

15.0 
15.0 

David  Howard 

2.0.0 

8.4 

15.0 

Job  Conger 

2.0.0 

8.4 

15.0 

Jonathan  Selah 

2.0.0 

8.4 

15.0 

Ezekiel  Smith 

2.0.0 

8.4 

15.0 

Eichard  Calkins 

< 

2 

8 

3 

2.0.0 

8.4 

12.6 

Capt.''  rations 
Lt.        do 

En"       do 


Bations 


^16.10.4 
0.13.4 


;^17.    3.8 


Pay  Table  Office,  May  30,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  being  ;^17.3.8  Thos.  Chittenden,  j.  Q^j^ee 

Timo.  Brownson,    f 

Date  above,  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  within 


pay  roll. 


Stephen  Calkins. 


374 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


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REVOLUTIONARY    WAR  ROLLS 


375 


[253]  [A  Rutla7id  Company  under  Ensigtt  Isaac  Cushman] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  a  part  of  a  Militia  Company  belongingf  to  Rut- 
land, under  the  command  of  Ensign  Isaac  Cushman  to  Fort  Ven- 
geance the  first  of  June  last  [?],  by  order  of  Lt.  Spencer,  at  that 
time  commandant  at  said  Fort. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Wages 

Isaac  Cushman,  En. 

7 

12 

1.13.4 

Nathl.  Pratt,  Sergt. 

7 

12 

15.4 

Chap°  Hawley 

7 

12 

13.4 

Jared  Post 

7 

12 

13.4 

Fredk.  Cushman 

7 

12 

13.4 

William  Barr 

7 

12 

13.4 

Amos  Hiams 

7 

12 

13.4 

Moses  Andrews 

7 

12 

13.4 

Elias  Post 

7 

12 

13.4 

Edward  Waters 

7 

12 

13.4 

John  Hinman 

7 

12 

13.4 

Josiah  Hale 

2 

12 

6.8 

Phineas  Kingley 

2 

12 

6.8 

James  Bentley 

2 

12 

6.8 

Dennis  Burgess 

2 

12 

6.8 

Joseph  Keeler 

2 

12 

6.8 

John  Andrews 

6 

12 

12.0 

Nathl.  Whitney 

2 

12 

6.8 

;^110.8 

Pay  Table  Office,  12th  June,  1781.  The  within  roll  being  ex- 
amined is  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same 
to  Isaac  Cushman  or  order,  which  is  eleven  pounds  eight  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden,  I     p       ee 
Timo.  Brownson,    j 
Rutland,  June  8,  1781.     To   his    Excellency  Thomas  Chitten- 
den, Esq: — Please   to  deliver  the  sum   of   the  within   roll   to   the 
bearer,  Sylvanus  Brown,  and  you  will  oblige  your  humble  servt. 

Isaac  Cushman. 
Date  above  reed,  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 
Pr  me,  Sylvanus  Brown. 


376 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[325] 


\Capt.   Zebediah  Dewey's  Company^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey's  Company  for  their 
service  in  the  Alarm  at  Castleton,  June  10*^,  1781 — in  obedience 
to  orders  from  Major  Isaac  Clark. 


Names 

Days  in 
service 

Wages 
pr  day 

Travel 

Total 

Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey 

2  ■ 

6.8 

2.8 

16. 

Lt.  Josiah  Grant 

2 

4.3 

2.8 

11.   2 

En.  Elkanah  Ashley 

2 

4.3 

2.8 

11.   2 

Sergt.  John  Ashley 

2 

1.7 

2.8- 

5.10 

Peter  How 

2 

1.7 

2.3 

5.10 

Corp.  Ichabod  Marshall 

2 

1.5 

2.8 

5.   7 

Thomas  Dewey 

2 

1.5 

2.8 

5.   7 

"      Saml.  Fletcher 

2 

1.5 

2.8 

5.  7 

Danl.  Richards 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.  4 

Asa  Lawrence 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Timothy  Hyde 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.  4 

James  Guthrie 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Samuel  Allen 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Thomas  Hooker 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Isaac  Adams 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Phineas  Peaice 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

John   How 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Enoch  Ashley 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Benjamin  Adams 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Jason  Royce 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Elijah  Goodwin 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Azel  Holmes 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

John  Moseley 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Benjamin  Parmetree 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

William  Richards 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Samuel  Hooker 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Paul   Marshal 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Jonathan  Marshall 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Asahel  Green 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Philip  How 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.  4 

William  Hooker,  Jr. 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

James  Barber 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Ichabod    Darrow 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Joseph  Rain  [Rann?] 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Seth  Craw 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Eben''  Frisbie 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


377 


Names 

Days  in 

Wages 

Travel 

Total 

service 

pr  day 

Philip  Brookins 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Hezekiah  Loggan 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Bartholomew  Marrit 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Barnard  Ward 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Silas  Churchel 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Isaac  Horsford 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Reuben  Horsford 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Michael  Marrit 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Elijah  Owen,  Jr. 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Elisha  Owen 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Henry  Hyde 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

Levi  Thatcher 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

5.   4 

;^14.   0.   1 

Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 

Sunderland,  April  8,  1782.  Pay  Table  Office.  The  within 
pay  roll  examined  and  approved  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  Capt.  Zebediah  Dewey  or  order,  it  being  fourteen 
pounds  and  one  penny.  Timothy  Brownson,  )  r^nim,>fAf^ 

Nathl.  Brush,  [  ^o^^^^^^^^- 

Sunderland,  April  12,  1782.     The  above  pay  roll  sworn  to. 
Before  me  Timo.  Brownson,  Assistant. 

Sunderland,  April  12,  1782.  For  value  received  I  do  hereby 
sign  over  the  above  pay  roll  to  Ira  Allen,  and  request  the  Treas- 
urer to  pay  the  same  to  him. 

Zebediah  Dewey,  Capt. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  June  8,  1782.  Reed,  of 
I.  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 

Ira  Allen. 


378 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[333] 


\Capt.  Lemuel  Roberts'  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Lemuel  Roberts'  Company  in  Col. 
Ebenezer  Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service  of  this  State, 
commencing  the  tenth  and  ending-  the  eleventh  day  of  June,  both 
days  included. 


Names 


Capt.  Lemuel  Roberts 
Ensign  Cephas  Carpenter 
Sergt.  Asahel  Joiner 

John  Collins 
Isaiah  Mason 
Nathan  Lee 
George  Shearman 
Edward  Bayley 
John  Bayley 
Nathan  Collins 
Isaac  Runnels 
Oliver  Walton 
Henry  Walton 
Amos  Herrick 


Entered 


June  10 


1  ^ 
i  ( 


Left 


June  11 


Days 

Miles 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

2 

7 

Total 


0.15.8 
9.6 
5.6 
5.6 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.a 
5.0 

^4.6.2 


Lemuel  Roberts,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sept.  13,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  Lem'  Roberts  or  bearer,  being  four  pounds  six  shillings  and 

^^°  P^"^^-  J°^"  ^f  ^^"'    I  Committee. 

John  Strong,    j 

Reed.  14th  Sept.  1781,  of  the  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the 
above  order.  Jacob  Smith. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


379 


[133] 


[^Capt.  John  Spafford's  Company\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Spafford's  Company  in  Col.  Eben'' 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  State  of  Vermont  for  service 
done  in  an  alarm,  commencing  the  10*''  day  and  ending  the  11*^ 
day  of  June  1781,  both  days  included. 


Name 


Capt.  John  Spafford 

Lt.  Saml.  Allen 

En.  Orange  Train 

Sergt.  Abijah  Pratt 
' '      Zephaniah  White 
"      Daniel  Adams 
"      Jared  Jones 

Thomas  Porter 

Stephen  Royce 

Thomas  Hutchinson 

Aaron  Matthews 

Thomas  Tuttle 

Stephen  Rice 

Elisha  Grandy 

Charles  Brewster 

Samuel  Matthews 

Zorflus  Fitch 

Ethan  Pier 

Ephraim  Coy 

Jasper  Southworth 

Artemas  Southworth 

Daniel  Evans 

Elihu  Johnson 

Jacob  Johnson 

Benja''  Johnson 

Moses  Corbin 

Joshua  Remington 

Uriah  Remington 

John  Trass 

John  Hamilton 

Bethel    Hurd 

Jonathan  Griswoll 

James  Linn 

James  Adams 


Days 

Pr  day 

Amt. 
wages 

Miles 

2 

6.8 

13.4 

15 

2 

4.3 

8.6 

15 

2 

4.3 

^.% 

15 

2 

1.7 

3.2 

15 

2 

1.7 

3.2 

15 

2 

1.7 

3.2 

15 

2 

1.7 

3.2 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

Total 


18.4 
13.6 
13.6 
8.2 
8.2 
8.2 
8.2 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 
7.8 


380 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Name 

Days 

Pr  day 

Amt. 
wages 

Miles 

Total 

Theoderous  Frisbe 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Elisha  Coy 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

John  Chandler 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Oliver  Bell 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Isaac  Richmond 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Joshua  Cambel    ■ 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Solomon  Noble 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Heber  Rice 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Joseph  Chandler 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Clark  Noble 

2 

1.4 

2-8 

15 

7.8 

Hezekiah  Wadsworth 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

James  Cotten 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

W""  Vose          [Chase?] 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Abel  White 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Edward  Turner 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Aaron  Adams 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Darius  Chipman 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Henry  Nicholson 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Henry  Nicholson,  Jr. 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Elisha  Utley 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

John  Hopkins 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Robert  Hopkins 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Daniel  Herick 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Job  Spafford 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Daniel  Fuller 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 

Cyrus  Chipman 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

7.8 
^23.10.8 

Test,  John  Spafford,  Capt. 
I  swear  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  truly  and  justly  made,  with- 
out fraud  to  the  public  or  injustice  to  any  individual,  according  to 
the  best  of  my  knowledge.  John  Spafford,  Capt. 

Jan.  20.  1783.     Sworn  before  me. 

Obediah  Noble,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office.  Feb^  24,  1783.  The  within  pay  roll  ex- 
amined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  John  Spafford  or  bearer,  it  being  twenty-three 
pounds  ten  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

John  Strong,      )      ^^^^^^e 
Isaac  Tichenor, 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


381 


Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  April  25,  1783.  Reed,  of  Ira 
Allen,  Esq.  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being 
twenty-three  pounds  ten  shillings  and  eight  pence,  lawful  money 
in  behalf  of  Capt.  John  Spafford. 

;^23.10.8  John  Strong. 

[64]  [^Capt.  Jacob   Wood's   Coj7ipany\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Jacob  Wood's  Company,  Col.  Thomas 
Lee's  Regiment,  for  their  tour  to  Castleton,  June  10,  A.D.  1781. 


Names 


Capt.   Jacob  Wood 

Lt.  Jo^  Spalding 

Sergt.  Benj.  Richardson 
Ja^  M-^Clure 

Clk.  Eph'"  Wood 

Corpl.  Stephen  Wood 

Fifer  Joseph  Wood 

Benjamin  Haskin 

Selah  Hubbard,  Jr. 

Richard  Moss 

Gideon  Searle,  Jr. 

Nathan  Warren 

Elnathan  Gilbert 

Elisha  Gilbert 

Daniel  Manville 

Nathan  Walton 

Azor  Perry 

Gamaliel   Waldo 

Joseph  Canfield 

Solomon  Wood 

Silas  Malory 

Nathan  Ford 

Lt.  Alex''  Gorden 

Sergt.  Reuben  Searl 
"       Jabish  Warren 
**       Increase  Rudd 
"       Thos.  M-^Clure 

Gideon  Searl 

Luther  Fillmore 


When 
marched 


June  10 


When 
dis- 
charged 


June  11 


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( ( 
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Wages  & 
rations 
per  day 


0.6.8 
4.3 
1.7 
1.7 
1.7 


1.5}4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 


Total 


0.18.   0 
13.  2 

7.ia 

7.10 
7.10 

7.  7 
7.  7 
7.  4 
7.  4 
7.  4 


7. 
7. 


4 
4 


7.  4 

7.  4 

7.  4 

7.  4 


7. 
7. 


4 
4 
4 

7.  4 
7.  4 
7.  4 
7.  4 
7.  4 
7.  4 
7.  4 
7.  4 
7.  4 
7.   4 


1^11.11.   2 


Jacob  Wood,  Capt. 


3S2 


STATE  OF  VERMONT 


Pay  Office,  Arlington,  Jan.  8,  1783. 

The  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  sum  of  eleven 
pounds  eleven  shillings  and  two  pence  to  Capt.  Jacob  Wood  or  his 
order,  agreeable  to  the  within  pay  roll 

Isaac  Tichenor,      j 


Timo.   Brownson,  f 


Committee. 


Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Jan  8,  1782.      Received  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Jacob  Wood,  Capt. 


[227] 


\^Capt.  Abishai  Moseleys  Co7npany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Abishai  Moseley's  Company  for  their 
services  in  the  Alarm  at  Castleton,  June  10,  1781,  in  obedience  to 
orders  from  Major  Isaac  Clark. 


P^ 

Names 

Days 

day 

Total 

Capt.  Abishai  Moseley 

2 

6.8 

16.   0 

Lt.  Ithamar  Brookins 

2 

4.3 

11.   2 

Sergt.  Elisha  Asley 

2 

1.7 

5.10 

"       Josiah  Lewis 

2 

1.7 

5.10 

"       Joel  Grannis 

2 

1.7 

5.10 

Corpl.  Jona.  Morgan  [Mogan?" 

2 

1.5 

5.   7 

Elisha  Allen 

2 

1.5 

5.   7 

Thomas  Asley 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

Solomon  Wilde 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

John  Grant 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

William  Ward 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

Saml.  Higgins 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

Elisha  Hebard 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

John  Owen 

2 

1.4 

5.    4 

William  Hooker 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

Michael  Marrit 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

Mordecai  Soper 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

Ithamar  Hibard 

2 

1.4 

5.   4 

^5.12.   6 

Test. 


Abishai  Moseley,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


383 


Pay   Table   Office,    Bennington,    Feb.    29,    1782.      The  above 

account  being  approved  of,   the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to 

pay  the  sum  of  five  pound   twelve  shillings  and  six  pence  to  Capt. 

Abisha  Moseley  or  order.  Isaac  Tichenor,      )  ^  ... 

^  T^-         Ti  \  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,  j 

Sunderland,  April  10,  1782.  For  value  reed.  I  do  hereby  sign 
over  the  within  order  to  Ira  Allen  and  request  the  Treasurer  to 
pay  the  same  to  him.  Zebediah  Dewey, 

for  Moseley. 

Treasurer's  Office.  Sunderland,  June  8,  1782.  Reed,  ot  Ira 
Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 

j^5.12.6  Ira  Allen. 


[299] 


\^Lieut.  Lemuel  White's  Company] 


Pay  Roll  of  Lt.  Lemuel  White's  Company  of  Militia  in  Shrews- 
bury and  State  of  Vermont,  on  an  Alarm,  commencing  June  10th, 
1781. 


Names 

Commecc' 
of  pay 

To  what 
time  paid 

Days 

12 
12 

7 
12 
12 
12 
12 

2 
12 
12 

9 
12 

Miles 

Offi- 
cers' 
Rations 

Total 

Xiemuel  White.  Lt. 

32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
32 
12 
32 
32 
32 
32 

12 

3.12.  0 

Ezra  Freeman,  Sergt. 
Curtis  Smith.        " 

1.10.  2 

1.  2.  0 

Ziba  Aldrich,  Corpl 
lOavid  Niles 

1.  7.11 

1.  6.  8 

1/  Thomas  Eddy 
W'"  Smith 

1     6.  8 

1.  6.  8 

Nehemiah  Smith 

0.  6    8 

Aaron  Estey 
Zebediah  Green 

1.  6    8 

1.  6.  8 

.TpT-pmiah  Weatherhead 

1     2.  8 

Asahpl  TT arris 

1.  6.  8 

;^16.11.    1 

Lemuel  White,  Lieut. 

Pay  Table  Office,  23  Oct.  1782.     The  within  pay  roll  examined 

and   approved  and  the  Treasurer   is   hereby  directed   to  pay  the 

same   to   Lt.    Lemuel  White   or   bearer,   it  being  sixteen  pounds 

eleven  shillings  and  one  pence. 

Timothy  Brownson,    )  /">  _     -.^ 
T  ,      o/  \  Committee. 

John  Strong,  j 

Treasurer's  Office,  Windsor,  Feb.  22,  1783.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  sixteen  pounds 
eleven  shillings  and  one  penny,  in  behalf  of  Lem^  White. 

;^16.11.1  Ichabod  Robinson. 


384 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[506] 


[^Major  Israel  S?nith  and  A.  Q.  J/.] 


A  Pay  Roll  for  Israel  Smith  Maj''  and  A.nios  Chamberlin 
A.  Q.  M. 

To  Maj.  Smith,  16  days  and  68  miles  travel  £^.   9.4 

To  Amos  Chamberlin  for  15  days  and  68  ms.  travel       3.16.9 

£10.   6.1 

Pay  Table  Office,  June  28,  1781.  The  within  Pay  Roll  exam- 
ined and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Maj.  Israel  Smith  or  bearer,  being  ten  pounds,  six  shillings  and 
one  penny.  \ 

^10.6.1  John  Strong, 

Timo.  Brownson, 


Com 


tee 


June  27,  1781. 
this  order. 

[48] 


Reed  of  Ira  Allen 


Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
Tim.  Bartholomew. 


[^Capt.  Abner  Seelfs  Cofnpany\ 


True  List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of)  Capt.  Abner  Seely's  Pay 
Roll  of  himself  and  company  in  the  service  of  the  State  of 
Vermont,  from  the  beginning  of  the  campaign,  1781.  to  the  .30th 
of  June  in  said  year,  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original. 


Names 

Sum 

Names 

Sum 

Capt.  Abner  Seely 

14.  6.  8 

Thos.  Parker 

2.  9.  4 

lit.  Jas.  Smalley 

7.18.  Oi 

Saml.  Thatcher 

2.  9.  4 

Lt.  Saml.  Phippen 

7.   5.  2^ 

Eben"^  Percivel 

2.   9.  4 

Sergt.  Adrian  Hatch 

2.19.  4i 

Joel  Tilden 

2.     9.     4r 

Robert  Hand 

2.19.  4i 

Stephen  Tilden 

2.  9.  4 

"        Azel  Percivel 

2.19.  4i 

Nathl.  Messinger 

2.  4.  0 

Thos.  Todd 

2.19.  A\ 

Josiah  Goodrich 

2.  4.  a 

Corpl.  Thos.  Hunter 

2.13.1U 

Thos.  Anderson 

2.  9    4 

"        Richard  Dorand 

2.   8.    1^ 

Jared  Alger 

2.  0.  0 

Israel  Post 

2.13.1U 

W'"  Anderson 

2.   9.  4 

"       Danl.  Brown 

2.13.1l| 

Ellis  Morey 

1.10.  8 

Drm.  Thos.  Divine 

2.13.11i 

Zerah  Norton 

1.10.  8 

Fifer  Oliver  Seelj^e 

2.18.1l| 

Jona.  Rich 

1.10.  8 

Barzill"  Bush 

2.   9.  4 

Jona.  Luce 

1.10.  S 

Joel  Benton 

2.  9.  4 

Nathl.  Brown 

1.10.  8 

Jno.  Jones 

2.   9.  4 

John  Lasdeil 

8.  0.  0 

Levi  Waterman 

2,   9.  4 

Simon  Root 

1.10.  8- 

Jos.  Safford 

8.   0.  0 

John  Armon 

1.  1.  4 

Jereh  Virginia 

4.13.  4 

Ezekiel  Colbee,  Jr. 

0.18.  8 

W-"  Black 

2.  9.  4 

Jona.  Woodward 

0.12.  0 

Reuben  Smith 

2.   9.   4 

Jnbez  Bates 

2    fi.  8 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


385 


.Names 

Sum 

Names 

Sum 

Jona.  Polley 
Timo.  Carpenter 
John  Lovejoy 
Pearl  Gould 
Squire  Chaffee 
Otis  Chaffee 
Elisha  White 
Jacob  Fowler 

2.  4.  0 
2.  4.  0 
2.  4.  0 
2.  4.  0 
2.  4.  0 
2.  4.  0 
0.13.  4 
0.13.  4 

Josiah  Williams 
Jno.  Murch 
Jona.  Howe 
Ichabod  Lord 
Ezekiel  Colbee 
Luther  Edye 
In  number  56 

0.  1.  4 
0.   1.  4 
0.   ].  4 
2.  9.  4 
2.   9.  4 
2.  4.  0 

Total  amt. 


;^152.   1.  5| 


Attest, 


Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783.  The  above  list 
having  been  examined  with  the  original  roll  and  approved  of,  the 
Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of  the  same  to 
Thomas  Tolman,  Esq.  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of  one  hundred 
and  fifty  two  pounds  one  shilling  and  five  pence  %  lawful  money, 
taking  his  receipt. 

Timothy  Brownson, 
Saml.  Bartlit. 


Committee. 


Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  warrant. 
Oct.  2,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


[47] 


[Ca//.   John  Benjamin's   Company^ 


True  List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of)  Capt.  John  Benjamin's 
Pay  Roll  of  himself  and  Company  for  services  in  the  State  of  Ver- 
mont, from  the  beginning  of  the  campaign,  1781,  to  the  30th  of 
June  in  said  year,  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original. 


Names 

Sum 

Names 

I 

Sum 

Capt.  Jno.  Benjamin 

40.  0.0 

Fifer  Timo.  Bannister 

8.16.0 

Lt.  Wvllys  Hall 

25.12.0 

Drm.  Jason  Bannister 

8.16.0 

Lt.  Joshua  Church 

9.12.0 

Philemon  Sampson 

8.  0.0 

Sergt.  Enoch  Emerson 

9.12.0 

Gardner  Spooner 

8.  0.0 

Sergt.  Jno,  Kinsley 

9.12.0 

Oliver  Cheney 

4.   8.0 

Sergt.  Amasa  Powers 

9.12.0 

W'"  Birch 

8.  0.0 

Sergt.  Nathl.  Washburn 

9.12.0 

W"^  Strong 

8.   0.0 

Corpl.  Stephen  Tilden 

8.16.0 

Royal  Manter 

8.  '0.0 

' '       Moses  Morse 

8.16.0 

Caleb  Benjamins 

5.14.8 

"      Jno.  Killam 

8.16.0 

Joshua  Church 

1.  6.8 

"       Jerh.  Rust 

4.18.3 

Abel  Pavne 

8.  0.0 

[25] 


386 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

Sum 
1.  6.8 

Names 

Sum 

Nich=  Smith 

Aaron  Warren 

8.  0.0 

Nathan  Smith 

1.  6.8 

John  Hall 

2.  5.4 

Isaac  Puffer 

3.12.0 

Luke  Lamphier 

8.  0.0 

Ephraim  Miles 

3.12.0 

Adin  Dyke 

8.  0.0 

Thos.  Powers 

8.  0.0 

Derick  Oxford 

8.  0.0 

Asahel  Powers 

8.  0.0 

Ezra  Wait 

8.  0.0 

James  Tracy 

8.  0.0 

Eben'  Fletcher 

8.  0.0 

Elijah  Spafford 

2.12.0 

Jas.  Barrows 

8.  0.0 

Eben'  Joy 

8.  0.0 

Jos.  Hall 

8.  0.0 

Edward  Hall 

1.16.0 

Ths.  Lamphire 

8.  0.0 

John  Sanger 

2.18.8 

Seth  Hodges 

8.  0.0 

Vespat"  Hoisington 

S.  0.0 

W'"  Grigger 

8.  0,0 

Saml.  Skinner 

8.  0.0 

Chris"  Mobbone 

4.  9.4 

James  Hall 

2.12.0 

W"'  Abbott 

8.  0.0 

W"^  Bragg 

2.12.0 

Amos  Stow 

0.  6.8 

David  Chubb 

2.12.0 

Jno.  Freeman 

8.  0.0 

Nathl.  Stone 

1.  6.8 

David  House 

2.12.0 

Philip  Bacon 

1.   6.8 

Saml.  Stewart 

4.   .5.4 

Jno.  Cheadle 

8.  0.0 

Stephen  Jenkins 

2.12.0 

William  Bennett 

8.  0.0 

- 

Seth  Fuller 

8.  0.0 

Amt,  total 

^443.11.7 

John  Howard 

1.  8.0 

In  number  63 


Attest,  Thos.  T(,>lman,  Paymaster. 

Pay  Table  Office,  )       The  above  list  having  been  exam- 

Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783.  f  ined,  compared  with  the  original 
roll  and  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
contents  of  the  same  to  Thos.  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster,  being  the 
sum  of  four  hundred  and  forty  three  pounds  eleven  shillings  and 
seven  pence  lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt. 

^4i3.11.7  fimo.  Brownson,  )  Committee 

ami.   Bartlit,         ) 

.Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  within  warrant. 

Oct.  2,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


387 


[69] 


[Ca//.  Daniel  Comstock's  Cotnpany\ 


True  List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of  )  Capt.  Daniel  Comstock's 
pay  roll  of  himself  and  Company  in  the  service  of  the  State  of 
Vermont,  from  y®  beginning  of  the  campaign,  1781,  to  the  SO'^  of 
June  in  said  year,  inclusive — taken  from  the  original  in  the 
Paymaster's  Office. 


Names 


Capt.  Daniel  Comstock 

Lt.  David  Dimmick 

Lt.  Jas.  Lewis 

Sergt.  Beiaj.  Bingham 

Sergt.  Eben'  Popple 
"  Reuben  Baker 
"       Danl.  Hurd 

Corpl.  John  West 
"        Rufus  Perrigo 
"        Smith  Foster 
Job.  Wilde 

Drm.  Dan'  Barns 

Fifer  Dan'  Stearns 

Ammi  Chipman 

Gideon  Wellman 

Wyman  Averill 

Isaac  Webb 

Levi  Comstock 

Fred''  Hurd 

Thad'  Lacey 

Jared  Payne 

Elihu  Pettibone 

Amos  Allen 

Eph">  Hyde 

Corn-'  V"  D.  Bergh 

W'"  Roberts 

Jona.  Perkins 

Anth>-  Coffee 

Spencer  Niles 

Levi  Stockwell 

W'"  Parker 

Britton  Simmons 

Nathl.  Niles 

Fred*"  Perrigo 


30.  0.  0 
15.11.  %\ 
12.  3.  5i- 
7.  4.  4^ 

5.17.  U 

4.  1.  9J 
7.  4.  4i 
e.ll.  8 

5.  6.  5| 

5.  7.11 

5.18.  H 

6.  9.  9i 
6.   9.   9| 
6.   0.  0 
6.  0.  0 
6.  0.  0 
6.  0.  0 
6.  0.  0 
6.   0.  0 
6.  0.  0  - 
6.  0.  0 
5.18.  8 
5.18.  8 
5.18.  8 
5.18.  8 

5.  8.  0 
4.18.  8 
4.17.  4 
4.17.  4 
4.17.  4 
4.17.   4 

6.  0.  0 
4.17.  4 
4.17.  4 


Names 

Sum 

Nic'  Hinckley 

4.17.  4 

Spencer  Briggs 

4.17.  4 

Oliver  Canfleld 

4.17.  4 

Joshua  Daylej' 

4.17.  4 

Caleb  Matterson 

4.17.  4 

Henry  Matterson 

4.17.  4 

Benj.  Dayley 

'4.17.  4 

Solomon  Burlingame 

4.14.  8 

Isaac  Andrus 

4.12.  0 

Jesse  Soper 

4.  8.  0 

Saml.  Negus 

6.   0.  0 

Daniel  Baker 

8.14.  8 

Zach'  Cumstock 

8.14.  8 

Josiah  Burton 

7.   5.  4 

Grant  Becket 

3.14.  8 

Cornelius  Havens  Jun 

3.14.  8 

Nathl.  Beaman 

3.14.  8 

Asa  Pharrin 

3.12.  0 

Joshua  Brumley 

3.10.  8 

W"^  Brumley 

3.10.  8 

Ephr"'  Loomis 

3.  5.  4 

Jno.  Young 

2.14.  8 

Abner  Hawley 

2.16.  0 

Jos.  Woodward 

2.  8.  0 

Eben'  Stearns 

2.13.  0 

Corn'  Haven 

2.  9.  4 

Saml.  Haven 

2.  9.  4 

Jesse  Averill 

2.  4.  0 

Nathl.  Merrick 

1.13.  4 

Jesse  Graves 

2.  8.  0 

Simeon  Ormstead 

0.  8.  0 

Saml.  Payne 
Total 

5.17.  4 

;^857.   4.10i 

Attest, 


Tho'  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783.  The  above  list, 
having  been  examined,  compared  with  the  original  roll  and 
approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of  the 


388 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


same  to  Thomas  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster,  beingf  the  sum  of  three 
hundred  and  fifty-seven  pounds  four  shillings  and  ten  pence  ^. 
lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt. 

£Z61A.W%  T.mothy  Brownson,    I  eo„n,i,lee. 

Saml.  Bartlit,  j 

Oct.  2'^,  1784.  Received  ot  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
within  warrant.  Tho^  Tolman,  Paymaster. 

[314,  dupl  46]        l^Capt.  Jai7ies  Blakeslee's   Coinpany\ 

List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of)  Capt.  James  Blakeslee's  Pay 
Roll  for  himself  and  company  in  the  service  of  the  State  of 
Vermont,  from  the  beginning  of  the  campaign,  1781,  to  the  30th  of 
June  in  said  year,  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original  in  the 
Paymaster's  Office. 


Names 


Capt.  James  Blakeslee 

Lt.  John  Cochran 

Lt.  Jonas  Rice 

Sergt.  'I'haddeus  Nichols 
Zebulon  Moflfat 
"       Spencer  Gibbs 
"       Timo.  Fisher 

Drum'  Wm.  Tousley 

Fifer  Seth  Patridge 

Corpl.  Josiah  Church 
"       Hez.  Towsley 
"       Eleazer  Church 
"       James  Parker 

Amos  Taw 

Gershom  Noyce 

Sam'   Coalfix 

Walter  Chase 

William  Marsh 

Edw^  Salisbury 

Wm,  Farrell 

James  Dennis 

Amos  Pierce 

Dan'  Sweers 

Gaius  Craft 

Gardner  Wright 

Calvin  Belknap 

Jacob  Spaulding 

Nathl.  Blakeslee 

Levi  Beaman 

John  Pike 

John  Dickerman 

Barn^  Russell 

Abiathar  Joy 

Sol"  Ayers 

Eleaze'  Grover 

Isaac  Smith 

Jasper  Patridge 

Comfort  Healy 


Sum 


28.18. 
15.19. 
11.  1. 

4.  2. 

4,  7. 

5.15. 

4.  2. 

5.  6. 
3.15.10 
3.15.10 
5.  6. 
3.15.10 
3.15.10 
3.  9.  4 
3.   9.  4 

9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 
9. 


5^ 


5| 


3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3. 

3.  9. 

3.13. 

3.  9. 


3. 
3. 
3. 


9. 
9. 
9. 


3.13. 
3.  9. 

2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 


Names 


Clark  Rice 
Hercules  Rice 
Jno.  Dennis 
Jno.  Hicks 
Caleb  Nurse 
Saml.  Pratt 
Timo.  Edward 
Moses  Franklin 
Caleb  Dexter 
Jos.  Shepardson 
Wm.  Burroughs 
Heth  Kendrick 
Amos  Crane 
Jeri"  Fisher 
Wm.  Graves 
Erast*  Munson 
Solo"  Read 
Thos.  Towsley 
Robt.  Cochran 
Ichabod  Baker 
Jno.  Cutler 
Solo"  Gibbs 
Luman  Gibbs 
Daniel  Burr 
Benj.  Ellis 
Loudon  Benton 
Benj.  Pettis 
Matthew  Tousley 
Daniel  Barnum 
Samk  Smith 
James  Bacon 
Jno.  Rickey 
David  Shepard 
Wm.  Whipple 
Robt.  Sanford 
Leml.  Newell 


Sum 


3.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
2.12. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
4.17. 
17. 
12. 

0. 

0. 

0. 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

0 

0 

0 

0 

8 

0 

4 


2.  2. 

2.12. 
4.17. 

3.  9[torn]: 
0.16.   0 
0.10.  8 


;rC  299.13.11 


Attest. 


Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


389 


Pay  Table    Office,   Sunderland,  Aug;.   18,   1783.      The  within 

list  having  been  examined,  compared  with  the  original  roll  and 

-approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of  the 

same  to  Thos.  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of   Two 

Hundred  and  ninety-nine  pounds  thirteen   shillings   and   eleven 

pence,   P.  M.  taking  his  receipt  to  be  accountable. 

Timo.  Brownson,    )  ^ 

o      1    13     4-14-  >  Committee. 

Saml.  Bartlit,  j 

Oct.  2,  1784.  Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  warrant. 

;;^229.13.11  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 

[25]  \Capt.  Charles  Nelson's  Company\ 

True  List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of)  Capt.  Charles  Nelson's 
pay  roll  of  his  company  for  their  services  in  the  State  of  Vermont, 
from  the  commencement  of  such  service,  campaign  1781,  to  the 
30th  of  June  in  said  year  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original  roll  in 
the  Paymaster's  Office. 


Names 

3. 

5um 

Names 

Sum 

Lt.  David  Currier 

12. 

7? 

Jathleel  Peck 

1.  2.  8 

"   Gershom  York 

8.]  2. 

74 

Jeptha  Tharp 

1.  2.  8 

Sergt.  Stephen  Fisk 

7. 

3i 

Sampson  Howe 

1.  2.  8 

W"-  Sloau 

7. 

3? 

Steward  Howe 

1.  2.  8 

"      Isaac  Woolson 

7. 

84 

Jos.  Howe 

1.  2.  8 

"       Moses  Waren 

7. 

34 

Nathl.  Robinson 

1.  2.  8 

Corpl.  Stephen  Chapman 

4. 

9? 

Squire  Wilson 

1.  2.  8 

"       Jno.  Sargeants 

1. 

10^ 

Job  Williams 

1.  2.  8 

W"  Lathrop 

4. 

9^ 

Bryant  Brown 

1.  2.  8 

Ezekiel  Eooks 

4. 

9- 

Nathan  Brown 

1.  2.  8 

Drm.  Asahel  Packard 

4. 

82 

And"  Spalding 

1.  2.  8 

Fifer  Theoph^  Clark 

4. 

9J- 

Abel  Spaulding 

1.  2.  8 

Christopher  Carey 

2. 

8 

Ammi  Currier 

1.  2.  8 

Danl.  Hovey 

?. 

8 

Jona.  Stickney 

1.  0.  0 

David  Read 

1. 

2. 

8 

Sam'  Bates 

1.  2.  8 

Uriah  Howard 

2. 

8 

Saml.  Rich 

1.  2.  8 

Solomon  Howard 

2. 

8 

Ethan  Clark 

1.  2.  8 

Eliada  Brown 

2. 

8 

Elias  Buckman 

1.  2.  8 

Elijah  Wright 

2. 

8 

Enos  Cotter 

1.  2.  8 

Salmon  Dowe 

2. 

8 

Comfort  Towner 

1.  2.  8 

Benj.  Smith 

2. 

8 

Danl.  Rooks 

1.  2.  8 

Leml.  Luddington 

2. 

8 

Aaron  Whipple 

1.  2.  8 

Danl.  Jacobs 

2. 

8 

Solomon  Mann 

1.  0.  0 

Nath'  Ketcham 

2. 

8 

Comfort  Ames 

1.  0.  0 

Oliver  Root 

2. 

8 

Benj.  Howard 

1.  2.  8 

Nath'  Bosworth 

2. 

8 

Darius  Howard 

1.  2.  8 

Edm"^  Freeman 

2. 

8 

Jona.  Wilcox 

0.18.  8 

Enoch  Bowen 
Benj.  Stone 

2. 
2. 

8 
8 

;^71.10.    9i 

Jona.  Davis 

2. 

8 

(In  number,  58.) 

David  Colburne 

2. 

8 

390 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783.  The  above  list 
having  been  examined  and  compared  with  the  original  roll  and 
approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  contents 
of  the  same  to  Thos.  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of 
seventy-one  pounds  ten  shillings  nine  pence  half  penny,  lawful 
money,  taking  his  receipt. 

£71.10. 9}4  Timothy  Brownson,    [^      ^^ 

Saml.   Bartlit,  j  ^^^ 

Rec'd  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Thos.  Tolman,   Paymaster.  Oct.  2d,  1784. 

[94,  dupl  177]     [CaJ>f.  Nehemiah  LovewelVs  Company] 

True  List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of)  Capt.  Nehemiah  Love- 
well's  Pay  Roll  of  himself  and  compan)?-  in  the  service  of  the  State 
of  Vermont,  from  the  commencement  of  the  compaign  1781  to  the 
30'^  of  June  in  said  year,  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original  pay 
roll  in  the  Paymaster's  Office. 


Names 

Sum 

Capt.  Neh''  Lovewell 

22.  0.  0 

Lt.  Beriah  Green 

22.  6.  3 

Lt.  Nathl.  White 

4.   0.   0 

Sergt.  Saml  Eaton 

2.  8.   U 

W"'  Hay 

1.12.   1 

"       Jona.  Jacobs 

2.19.  4 

'^       John  Gott 

2.   9.  8| 

Corpl.  Saml.  Manwell 

3.15.10 

"       Saml.  Allen 

8.13.   Q\ 

Otho  Stevens 

3.15.10 

Theod^  Woodward 

2.i;-5.iii 

Dr°'  Benj.  Bayley 

2.13.1H 

John  Andrus 

1.   5.  4 

Zenas  Bliss 

2.  9.  4 

Jerem''  Bowen 

2.  0.  0 

Fred''  Calkins 

1.  6.  8 

Abel  Davis 

4.  8.  0 

Abel  Davis.  Jr. 

4.   8.  0 

Danl.  Davis 

3.10.  8 

Saml.  Farnum 

2.   0.  0 

Ezra  Gates 

3.   9.  4 

Thos.  Horner 

0.14.   8 

Saml.  Johnson 

3.   9.  4 

Philip  Martin 

1.  8.  0 

Nathl.  Martin 

1.  8.  0 

1 

Names 

Sum 
1.  8. 

W'"  McLaughlin 

0 

Jno.  Martin 

1.  8. 

0 

Nahum  Powers 

2.12. 

0 

Jno.  Sawyer,  Jr. 

3.   9. 

4 

Levi  Sylvester 

3.   9. 

4 

Jno.  Darling,  Corpl. 

7.   0. 

0 

Jno.  Harraden 

7.18. 

8 

Jno.  Whitcomb 

7.18. 

8 

Amos  Throop 

7.18. 

8 

Saml.  Bennett 

7.18. 

8 

Holland  Blackman 

1.  6. 

8 

David  Campbell 

1.  0. 

8 

Solomon  Emmons 

1.   6. 

8 

Jno.  Titus,  Jr. 

1.  6. 

8 

Danl.  Baker 

1.   6. 

8 

Joseph  Dutton 

1.   6. 

8 

Seth  Stow 

1.   6. 

8 

Jno.  Allen 

1.   6. 

8 

Isaac  Stowell 

1.  6. 

8 

Jno.  Steams 

1.   6. 

8 

Solomon  Aikins 

1.  6. 

8 

Thomas  Hibbard 
In  number,  47 

1.    1. 

4 

;^1782.  8. 

3 

Attest, 


Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


391 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783. 
having-  been  examined,  compared  with  the  origin 
of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Thos.  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster,  being 
hundred  and  seventy-eight  pounds  two  shillings 
lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt. 

Timo.  Brownson 
Saml.  Bartlit, 

Reed,   of   the  Treasurer  the  contents  of   the 
Oct.  3,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman, 


The  above  list 

al  and  approved 

contents  of  the 

the  sum  of  one 

and  eight  pence 

Committee. 

above  warrant, 
Pavmaster. 


[106] 


[Capt.   Josiah  FisJis    Compa??y\ 


True  List  of  ( the  names  and  sums  of  )  Capt.  Josiah  Fish's  Pay 
Roll  of  himself  and  company  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont, 
from  the  beginning  of  the  campaign,  1781,  to  the  30"^  of  June  iii 
s^  year,  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original  in  the  Paym"  Office. 


Names 


Capt.  Josiah  Fish 
Lt.  Moses  Johnson 
Lt.  Isaac  Lyman 
Sergt.  John  Moore 
"       Abel  Johnson 
"      Stephen  Pratt 
Micah  Hatch 
Corpl.  Levi  Aldrich 
Corn^  Miller 
"    .    W"'  Crawford 
Jos.  Gilbert 
Fifer  Noah  Hopkins 
Drm'  Joel  Knight 
Eben'  Pratt 
David  Howard 
Asa  Winchester 
Isaac  Rugg 
Geo.  Eay 
Saml.  Wiswall 
Jona.  Clayton 
Danl.  Howe 
Ezra  Ormsby 
Abraham  Shipman 
W'"  Knapp 
Saml.  Sawin 
Jeroh'"  Sawin 
Israel  Chapman 
Abisha  Blodgett 
Leonard  Pike 
Elijah  Pike 


Names 


Benj.  Alvord 
John  Negus 
Willard  Converse 
Levi  Robinson 
W'"  Wyman 
James  Nichols 
Jno.  Green 
Solomon  Gilson 
Nathl.  Cumins 
Elihu  Smead 
Phineas  Underwood 
Saml.  Nichols 
John  Hooker 
James  Hawley 
W'"  Wheeler 
Jno.  Boyden 
Eli  Scott 
Henry  Lee 
Benj.  Brown 
John  Stearns 
Jethro  Randall 
Saml.  Rockwood 
James  Uron 
Simeon  Alger 
Jno.  Waliis 
Alex  Stoughton 
Jona.  Bnrke 
Benj.  Randall 
Thos.  Turner 
Timo.  Wakefield 


Sum 


5.18.  8 
.T.IS.  8 
5.18.  8 
5.18.  8 
5.   1.   4 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
8 


5.  1. 
5.  1. 
5.  1. 
5.  1. 
5.  1. 
4.13. 
5.  1. 
3.10. 
3.10.  8 
5.  1.  4 
3.   4.   0 


3.10.  8 

6.   6.  8 

3.   4.  0 

5.  1.  4 
3.   2.  8 

6.  6.  8 
5.  1.  4 
1.16.  0 
3.   4.  0 


392 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

Sum 

Names 

Sum 

Joseph  Temple 
W"'  Martin 
James  Grimes 
Oliver  Brown 
Benj.  Pierce 
Israel  Hale 
Jona.   Wilcox 
Jona.    Whitney 
Jonas  P.  Frazier 
Philip  Bartlet 
Horton  L^e 

5.  1.  4 

6.  ().  8 
5.14.  8 
3.10.  8 
8.10.  8 
3.10.  8 
3.10.  8 
3.10.  8 
H.IO.  8 
3.10.  8 
3.10.  8 

Jona,  Pratt 
Thomas  Barns 
Calvin  Ewens 
Abiather  Walden 
Benj.  Lyman 
Paul  Hazleton 
Jno.  Young 
Nathan  Johnson 
Joseph  Hartwell 

2.  0.  0 
6.  6.  8 

4.  2.  8 
6.  6.  8 
3.10.  8 
2.17.  4 
3.13.  4 

5.  1.  4 
5.   1.  4 

;^470.  5.  4 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783.  The  within 
list,  having  been  examined,  compared  with  the  original  roll  and 
approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of  the 
same  to  Thos.  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of  two 
hundred  and  seventy  pounds  five  shillings  and  four  pence,  lawful 
money,  taking  his  receipt.  Timo.  Brownson,  )  ^ 

Saml.  Bartlit,         f  committee. 

Oct.  2,  1784.  Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order  in  full. 

£4:70.5.4:  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


[128] 


l^Capt  Jothatn    White  s  Company\ 


True  List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of)  Capt.  Jotham  White's 
Pay  Roll  of  himself  and  Company  in  the  service  of  the  State  of 
Vermont,  from  the  beginning  of  service  in  the  campaign  of  1781 
to  the  30*^  of  June  in  said  year,  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original 
pay  roll  in  the  paymaster's  office. 


Names 

Sum 

Names 

Sum 

Capt.  Jotham  White 

6.  6. 

8 

Jacob  Hayward 

1.  6.  8 

Lt.  Nathan  Fay 

4.  5. 

5 

Danl.  Campbell 

1.  6.  8 

' '   Ab"  Hall 

4.  1. 

U 

John  Binerham 

1.  6.  8 

Sergt  John  Hart 

0.14. 

5| 

Saml.  Whitney 

1.  6,  8 

"       Saml  Wood 

1.12. 

1 

Rufus  Walton 

1.  6.  8 

"       Simon  Baxter 

0.17. 

n 

Martin  Beck  with 

1.  6.  8 

Corpl.  Jno.  Smiley 

1.  9. 

2 

John  Warner 

1.  6.  8 

"       Andrew  Boyuton 

1.   9. 

2 

Azel  Abel 

I.  6.  8 

Eben'  Allen 

1.  7. 

9i 

Jonas  Hodgkins 

1.  5.  4 

Fifer  'I'hos.  Dodge 

1.   9. 

2 

Daniel  Hodgkins 

1.  5.  4 

Oliver  Corey 

1.    0. 

4 

Edwd.  Watkins 

1.  5.   4 

Jno.  O'Brian 

1.  5. 

4 

Mason  Hatch 

0.14.   8 

Jno.  M'^Gee 

1.  5. 

4 

Jos.  Plumley 

1.  6.  8 

John  Taylor 

1.  6, 

8 

Rufus  Beckwith 

1.   6.  8 

Amfifln  rrrmif. 

1     .*> 

4 

Aaron  Whitney 

1.   5. 

4 

^50.  7.  4 

Sewal  Gilbert 

1.  4. 

0 

Attest, 


Thos.  Tolman,  P.  Mas^ 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


393 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  18,  1783.  The  foregoing 
list  having  been  examined,  compared  with  the  original  roll  and 
.approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of  the 
same  to  Thos.  Tolman,  Esq.  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of  fifty 
pounds  seven  shillings  and  four  pence,  lavi^ful  money,  taking  his 

^^^^^P^-  J^"^?-   Brownson,    )  Committee. 

Saml.    Bartiit,  ) 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  warrant. 
^50.7.4.  Thos.  Tolman,  P.  Master. 

]^160]  \^Capt.  John  Stark's  Company] 

True  List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of )  Capt.  John  Stark's 
Company's  Pay  Roll  of  services  in  the  State  of  Vermont,  from 
the  beginning  of  the  campaign  1781  to  the  SO'*"  of  June  in  said 
year,  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original  in  the  Paymaster's  Office. 


Names 

Sums 

Names 

Sums 

Oapt.  John  Stark 

34.13.  4 

Saml.  Starks 

5.17.  4 

Lt.  Alexander  Brush 

1.18.  3 

Chas.  Harraway 

4.  9.  4 

Lt.  Simeon  Prentice 

13.  0.  3 

Jo'  Henry 

4.  9.  4 

Sergt.  Elisha  Nolds 

6.19.  4 

David  Bond 

5.17.  4 

"      Jos.  Lawrence 

7.  5.  8 

Jno.  Blanchard 

3.12.  0 

"      Jacob  Wheeler 

4.  3.11 

J  no.  Huling 

3.12.  0 

"      Samson  Marble 

4.15.  0 

Gard"^  Cleveland 

3.12.   0 

Corpl.  John  Willard 

6.13.  5^ 

Amos  Bennet 

3.12.   0 

"       Richard  Colvin 

3.19.   3 

Moses  Dxirkee 

3.12.  0 

Drm'  Asa  Hewit 

5.  8.  ^ 

Moses  Bump             - 

1.17.  4 

Fifer  Elijah  Branch 

6.13.  5^ 

James  Bump               '• 

1.17.  4 

Ezra  Turner 

8.  3.  8 

Jno.  Bradford         ' 

3.12.   0 

Isaac  Turner 

8.  2.  8 

Billings  Starkweiather 

3.12.   0 

Tho^  Averill 

6.   1.  4 

Abiez"^  Richmond 

3.12.   0 

Edward  Willard 

5.17.  4 

Isaac  Russel 

3.12.   0 

Plin.  Stannard 

6.   1.  4 

Asahel  Trumbull 

2.14.  8 

Ham'^  Lawrence 

6.   1.  4 

Jabez  Spencer 

1.  6.  8 

Eldad  Steel 

5.17.  4 

Claudius  Stannard 

1.18.  8 

Eliph'  Haskina 

6.  1.  4 

Jotham  Hough 

5.13.  0 

^216.  3.  9^ 

Attest,   Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sundeiland,  Aug.  18,  1783.  The  foregoing, 
having  been  examined,  compared  with  the  original  and  approved 
of,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of  the  same  to 
Thos.  Tolman,  Esq.  Paymaster,  being  the  sum  of  two  hundred  and 
sixteen  pounds  five  shillings  and  nine  pence  half  penny,  lawful 
money,  taking  his  receipt.  Timo.  Brownson,  )  fornmittee 

Saml.  Bartiit,         [ 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  warrant. 
Oct.  2,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


394 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[345] 


\^Lteut.  Israel  Morey  and  party\ 


True  List  of  (Names  and  sum  of)  Lieut.  Israel  Morey's  Pay 
Roll  of  himself  and  party  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont, 
commencing  with  their  said  services  in  campaign  1781j  and  ending 
June  30  in  said  year,  inclusive,  taken  from  the  original  roll  ia 
the  Paymaster's  office. 


Names 

Sum 

1.1.    3 

0.8.  0^ 
0.8.  0| 
0.2.11 
0.6.  8 
0.6.  8 

Names 

Sum 

Lieut.  Israel  Morey 
Sergt.  Constant  Bliss 
"       Daniel  Skinner 
Corpl.  David  Davis 
Ellas  Dewey 

.Tnri     AnniR 

Philo  Chandler 
Reuben  Huse 
Solomon  Eathborn 
Moses  Sleeper 
John  Sawyer 

0.6.8 
0.6.8 
0.6.8 
0.6.8 
0.2.8 

^4.2. lOi 

Thos.  Tolman,  Pay"" 

•  Pay  Table  Office.    Sunderland,   Aug.  21,  1783.     The  above  list 

having   been    examined,     compared  with    the    original    roll    and 

approved  of,  the   Treasurer  will  pay  the  contents  of  the   same  to 

Thos.    Tolman,    Pay'',  being  the  sum  of  four  pounds  two  shillings 

and  ten  pence  half  penny  lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt. 

Timo.  Brownson,    /  ^  ... 

e       ,    D     ^1-.  r  Committee, 

baml.  Bartlit,  \ 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  warrant. 
Oct.  2,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


395 


[373] 


[Capt.  James  Brookins'  CoiJipa/iy\ 


True  List  (of  names  and  sums  of)  Capt.  James  Brookins'  Pay 
Roll  of  himself  and  company  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Ver- 
mont, from  the  beginning  of  the  campaign,  17S1,  to  the  30**^  day  of 
June  in  said  year  inclusive,  taken  from  the  Original  Voucher  in 
the  paymas'^  Office. 


Names 

Sum 

Names 

Sum 

Capt.  James  Brookins 

22.  0.0 

Samuel  Swift 

3.10.8 

Lt,  Ellas  Hall 

14.   1.6 

Jona.  Shepard 

4.  0.0 

"   David  Powers 

14.  1.6 

Saml.  Phillips 

4.  0.0 

Sergt.  Alpheus  Hall 

4.  7.1 

Asahel  Wilhams 

4.  0.0 

"       Eleazer  Marble 

4.15.0 

Philip  Sprague 

0.18.8 

Elislia  Smith 

4.15.0 

Obadt  Noble 

3.13.4 

"       Salmon  Cogsell 

3.  6.6 

Nathl.  Hamilton 

3.13.4 

Corpl.  Oliver  Wright 

3. 17.  Si 

Saml.  Owen 

3.13.4 

"       Silas  Brookins 

3.18.9 

Caleb  Warren 

3.13.4 

"       Isaac  Grant 

3.  7.1 

Caleb  Hayward 

2.  6.8 

"       Timo.  Clark 

3.  7.1 

Nathl.  AUen 

4.  0.0 

Nehemiah  Kellogg 

3.12.0 

Abr'"  Owen 

3.  4.0 

John  Lewis 

3.12.0 

Isaac  Loughborough 

3.  2.8 

John  Martin 

3.10.8 

Samuel  Chipman 

2.  2.8 

Eli  Freeman 

3.13.4 

Richard  Chamberlin 

4.18.8 

Jed''  Blackman 

3.  2.8 

Jona.  Newton 

4.16.0 

Amaz''  Church 

3.  2.8 

Eph™  Westcoat 

2.16.0 

Isaac  Fenny 

3.  5.4 

Jona.  Remington 

2.12.6 

Chauncy  Clark 

3.  5.4 

Usual  Parsons 

2.12  6 

Hezekiah  Rhodes 

3.  4.0 

John  Cook 

2.12.6 

Elihu  Allen 

3.  2.8 

Munson  Cook 

0.  6.8 

Justus  Brewster 

2.  6.8 

Jno.  Cristee  (Christee) 

2.10.8 

Moses  Beach 

2.   6.8 

Fifer  Jer''  Dewey 

3.18.9 

Jesse  Long 

2.  6.8 

Drmr.  Martin  Adams 

4.  0.2i 

Daniel  Haskins 

2.  8.0 

Comfort  Smith 

2.   9.4 

David  Eoberts 

2.  8.0 

Moses  Powers 

2.  8.0 

Saml.  Morrison 

1.16.9 

Jno.  Cook 

2.  1.4 

John  Wilson 

4.  0.0 

- 

John  Hynman 

2.  9.4     1 

;^218.10.7 

Attest, 


Thomas  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug;.  18,  1783.     The  foregoing, 

having   been    examined,    compared    with    the    original    roll    and 

approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of 

the  same  to  Thomas    Tolman,  Esq.  Paymaster,   being  the  sum  of 

two  hundred  and  eighteen  pounds  ten  shillings  and  seven  pence, 

lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt. 

Timo.  Brownson,    \  r^^^^:.^^^ 
o       1    ID     4.1 -i.  V  Lommittee. 

Saml.  Bartlit,  ) 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  warrant. 

Oct.  2",  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 

p^218.10.7 


396 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[173]  [  Lt.  Col.  Samuel  Fletcher's  Battalion — Officej-s~\ 

True  list  of  (the  names  and  sums  of)  the  Field  and  Staff  Pay 
Roll  of  Lt.  Col.  Samuel  Fletcher's  Battalion  in  the  service  of  the 
State  of  Vermont,  from  the  time  of  their  entering  service,  cam- 
paign of  1781,  to  the  30'*^  of  June  in  said  year,  inclusive — taken 
from  the  original  in  the  Paymaster's  Office. 


Names 


Lt.  Col.  vSami Fletcher,  Cora-^' 
Maj.  Gideon  Ormsby 
Isaac  Lyman,  Lt,  &  Adjt. 
Surg"  Mate  John  Hazleton 
Phineas  Heath,  Serg'  Major 
Asa  Daggett,  Quar.  M.  Serg* 


Sura 


•      94. 

0.0 

3.18.0 

10. 

2.8 

22.16.0 

8. 

4.0 

9. 

8.0 

;^148, 

8.8 

Attest,  Tho'  Tolman,  P.  Master. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783.  The  above  list, 
having  been  examined,  compared  with  the  original  roll  and 
approved  of,  the  Treasurer  will  pay  the  contents  of  the  same  to 
Tho*  Tolman  Esq.,  Pay  Master,  being  the  sum  of  one  hundred 
and  forty-eight  pounds  eight  shillings  and  eight  pence,  lawful 
money,  taking  his  receipt.  Sam^  Bartlet,  )  ^      ^^ 

Timo.  Browuson,  J 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  within  warrant. 
Oct.  2,  1784  Tho^  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


397 


[195] 


\_Capt.   William  Huichins'   Company\ 


True  List  of  (the  names  and  sums  of)  Capt.  William  Hutchins' 
Company's  Pay  Roll  for  services  in  the  State  of  Vermont  from  the 
beginning  of  the  campaign,  1781,  to  the  30th  of  June  in  said  year, 
inclusiv^e — taken  from  the  original  in  the  Paymaster's  Office. 


Names 

Sums 

Names 

Sums 

Capt.  W°>  Hatchins 

50.  0.0 

Adonijah  Montague 

6.  4.0 

Lt.  Gideon  Spencer 

24.  6.4 

Charles  Brown 

5  18.8 

Lt.  Arthur  Aylesworth 

28.  9.4 

Roger  Kinsley 

5.18.8 

Serg'  Jedediah  Durfee 

8.14.2 

Jonas  Odle 

5.18.8 

"      Nathl.  Wood 

8.  8.0 

Nathan  Hutchins 

6.14.8 

"    Jno.  Hutchins 

5.15.7 

And"  G-riswold 

5.   6.8 

"    Jno.  Weeks 

7.  7.3 

Elijah  Rood 

5.  5.4 

Drm.  Benajah  Cleveland 

8.  0.1 

Rufus  Montague 

5.   9.4 

Fifer  Maj.  Moses  Crosby 

8.14.2 

Hiram  Horton 

5.   9.4 

Corpl.  Nathl.  Montague 

8.  0.5 

Eben"'  Uarwood 

5.   9.4 

"      Isaac  Kellogg 

8.  0.5 

Rich"  Lilly 

5.   9.4 

"      EnosWood 

8.  0.5 

Peter  Millington 

5.17.4 

"      Wm.  Hazen 

7.13.1^ 

Jas.  Morgan 

5.17.4 

W-"  Hutchins,  Jr. 

7.  6.8 

Lowden  Weaver 

5.17.4 

Hugh  Stewart 

7.  6.8 

Shad''  Norton 

7.  6.» 

Martin  Norton 

7.  6.8 

Hen>  Miller 

3.  5.4 

Sam'  Hutchins 

7.  6.8 

Reuben  Sackett 

7.   6.8 

John  May 

7.  6.8 

Oliver  Whipple 

•6.  5.4 

Dan'  Kinsley 

7.  6.8 

Asa  Barrett 

2.16.0 

Eben.    Woo'dw"*  (of  Ben- 

Jno. Varnum 

2.16.0 

nington) 

7.  6.8 

Ab'"  Dunning 

2.16.0 

Darius  Moon 

7.  6.8 

Levi  Dunton 

2.   4.0 

Jonathan  Town 

7.  6.8 

Benj.  Seldin 

2.16.0 

Josiah  Willoughby 

7.  6.8 

Henry  Turner 

7.   4.0 

Benjamin  Lamb 

7.  6.8 

Bishop  Warner 

3.  5.4 

Oliver  Storey 

6.17.4 

Benj.  Sweet 

4.17.4 

Daniel  Beaman 

6.  4.0 

Clemens  Handy 

1.  0.0 

Josiah  Lawrence 
Asa  Boudish 

6.  4.0 
6.   4.0 

i:414.  6.7^ 

Attest,         Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  18,  1783.     The  foregoing 

having    been    examined,    compared    with    the    original    roll    and 

approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  contents  of  the 

same   to  Thos.  Tolman,  Esq.,  Paymaster,  being   the  sum   of  four 

hundred   fourteen  pounds,  six  shillings,  seven  pence  half  penny^ 

lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt. 

Tim°  Brownson,  I  ,,       _... 
c      I  D     ^1  4-         r  ^-ommittee. 
Sam^  Bartlet,        \ 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  warrant. 
Oct.  2,  1784  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 

^414.6.7>^ 


398 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[21] 


[CaJ)t.  Bigelow  Lawrence's  Compatiy~\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Bigelow  Lawrence's  Company  in  Col, 
Walbridge's  Regiment  for  service  done  in  the  alarm  at  Cambridge 
and  Saratoga  in  July,  1781. 


Names 

Days  in 
service 

Miles 
travel 

Officers' 
rations 

Amt.  of  wag- 
es, milage  & 
rations 

Capt.  Bigelow  Lawrence 

4 

50 

0.5.4 

16/8 

2.  8.  4 

Lt.  Jacob  FeriDan 

2 

25 

0.1.4 

8/4 

0.16.10 

"    Timo.  Barnam 

4 

50 

0.2.8 

1.13.  8 

Sergt.  Eben'  Ferman 

2 

25 

0.11.  6 

"        Jer''  Huntington 

3 

50 

1.   1.  5 J 

"        Saml.  Sunderlin 

3 

25 

0.11.  6i 

"        Solomon  Fuller 

4 

50 

1.  3.  0 

Oorpl.  Bigelow  Lawrence 

1 

10 

0.  4.  8 

Ichabod  Cross 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Reuben  Cross 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Jesse  Persons 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Justin  Olen 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

John  Wright 

3 

50 

1.  0.  8 

Eben'^  Cory- 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Caleb  Herrington 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Benjamin  Dyre 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Walter  Bates 

4 

37 

0.17.  3 

James  Bates 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

John  Sunderlin 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Amos  Galusha 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Benjamin  Parks 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Henry  Clark 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Gideon  Barnum 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Peter  Wright 

3 

50 

1.  0.  8 

Joab  Lawrence 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

John  Mellington,  Jr. 

4 

45 

1.  0.  4 

Perl'ey  Hawtell 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Caleb  Goff 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Jonathan  House 

3 

37 

0.16.  4 

Eoger  Starkweather 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Abner  Rice 

3 

30 

0.14.  0 

David  Williams 

3 

30 

0.14.  0 

W'"  Burliugim 

] 

12 

0.  5.  4 

David  Hunter 

4 

50 

0.   2.   0 

Asa  Starkweather 

3 

50 

1.  0.  8 

Ezekiel  Parker 

3 

30 

1.  0.  8 

Winslow  Perry 

1 

10 

0.  4.  8 

Joshua  Bates 

2 

10 

0.   6.  0 

Luther  Lawrence 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Joshua  Briggs 

4 

30 

0.15.  4 

Hosea  Fuller 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Nathan,  Leonard 

2 

25, 

0.11.  0 

Joel  Adams,  Jr. 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Lewis  Henman 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Enos  Peck                                    ' 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


399 


Names 

Days  in 
service 

Miles 
travel 

Officers' 
rations 

Amt.  of  wag- 
es, milage  & 
rations 

Christopher  Bates 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Salmon  Farr 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Elisha  Starkweather 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

John  Fuller 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Daniel  Reynolds 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Daniel  Shaw 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

George  Niles 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Elisha  Clark 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Alexander  Collins 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Caleb  Blanchard 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Elijah  Ames 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

David  Cutting 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

W"  Howlett 

4 

50 

1.  2.  0 

Eben--  Wright 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Asa  Burnham 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

William  Caldwell 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Elihu  Cross 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

John  Stanley- 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Benjamin  Cole 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

John  Hart 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Gale  Ferman 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Abner  Drinkwater 

4 

50 

\ 

1.  2.  0 

Thomas  Matterson 

2 

25 

0.11.  0 

Jacob  Wheeler 

3 

37 

0.16.  4 

i:51.18.  7 

Bigelow  Lawrence,  Captain. 

Bennington,  ss.  Dec.  24,  1781.  Personally  appears  Capt. 
Bigelow  Lawrence  and  makes  oath  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  just 
and  true.  Isaac  Tichenor,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  )  This  Pay   Pv.oll   being  approved, 

Bennington,  Dec.  26,  1781     )  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Lawrence,  or  order,  to  the  amount  of  ^51.18.7. 

Isaac  Tichenor,  |  ^ 
Amos  Fassett,      ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  Jan.  5,  1782.  Rec'd  of  the  Treasurer  the 
contents  of  the  above  order. 

Bigelow  Lawrence,  Captain. 


400 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[81] 


\Capt.  Eli  Noble  s  Company  {party\ 


4  Pay  Roll  of  such  of  Capt.  Eli  Noble's  Company  of  Militia 
in  Pownal,  in  Col.  Eben''  Walbridge's  Reg^iment  as  marched  to 
Saratoga  in  the  alarm  in  July,  1781,  with  Capt.  Eli  Noble. 


Entered 

Days  in 

Names 

service 

service 

Wages 

Miles 

Travel 

Total 

Capt.  Eli  Noble 

July 

2 

0.13.-1 

30 

0.  10.  0 

1.   8.4 

Lt.  Josiah  Wright 

3.6 

t  k 

10 

18.6 

Lt.  Jos''  Dunning 

7.2 

(( 

10 

18.6 

Sergt.  W'"  Bates 

3.2 

%  i 

10 

18.2 

Nathl.  Wallace 

2.8 

*  ( 

10 

12.8 

Solomon  Wright 

2.8 

i  < 

10 

12.8 

Wanton  Aylesworth 

2.8 

n 

10 

12.8 

Jno.  Downer 

2.8 

(i 

10 

12.8 

Ely  ;;Eleazer?]  Marsh 

2.8 

i  i 

10 

12.8 

Danl.  Brainerd 

2.8 

ik 

10 

12.8 

Thos.  Jewett 

2.8 

i  i 

10 

12.8 

Fredk.  Jewett 

2.8 

1 1 

10 

12.8 

Christo''  Cartwright,  Corp. 

3. 

i  c 

10 

13. 

Derick  Smith 

2.8 

n 

10 

12.8 

Geo.  Johnson 

2.8 

ii 

10 

12.8 

Abel  Dunning 

2.8 

(t 

10 

12.8 

Eben*-  Seelye 

2.8 

i  i 

10 

12.8 

Timo.  Larabee 

2.8 

i  i 

10 

12.8 

Beriah  Grover,  Corp. 

3.2 

*i 

10 

18.2 

Phinehas  Burritt 

2.8 

u 

10 

12.8 

Thaddeus  Thorp 

2.8 

iK 

10 

12.8 

Fowler 

2.8 

i    i 

10 

12.8 

Joseph  Barber,  Sergt. 

' 

8.2 

ii 

10 

18,2 

Levi  Wheeler 

2.8 

4  i 

10 

12.8 

David  Page 

2.8 

i  I 

10 

12.8 

Stephen  Page 

2.8 

t( 

10 

12.8 

John  Hall 

2.8 

t  i 

10 

12.8 

Thos.  Ransom 

2.8 

t  i 

10 

12.8 

W""  Kenrick 

2.8 

Ii 

10 

11.'.  8 

Seth  Bassett 

2.8 

(( 

10 

12.8 

Elijah  Wolcott 

2.8 

(\ 

10 

12.8 

Barnard  Carpenter 

2.8 

i  i 

10 

12.8 

Perez  White 

2.8 

« ( 

10 

12.8 

Oliver  Sandforth 

2.8 

i< 

10 

12.8 

Isaac  Grover 

2.8 

( t 

10 

12.8 

Bulah  Waldo,  Sergt. 

3.2 

(  c 

10 

18.2 

Graves 

2.8 

4  < 

10 

12.8 

Obadiah  Dunham 

2.8 

(  • 

10 

12.8 

Lyman  Jackson 

2.8 

t  1 

10 

12.8 

Obadiah  Dunham,  Jr. 

2.8 

(i 

10 

12.8 

Jesse  Jackson 

2.8 

i  fc 

10 

12.8 

W™  Pratt 

2.8 

C( 

10 

12.8 

Amasa  Hungerford,  Sergt. 

8.2 

(  i 

10 

13.2 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


401 


Names 

Entered 
service 

Days  in 
service 

2 
(< 

Wages 

Miles 

Travel 

Total 

Jno.  Clark 
David  Curtiss 
Henry  Babcock 
W"^  Ovait 

July 
(< 
<< 

2.8 
2.8 
2.8 
2.8 

30 

(4 
<( 

0.  10.  0 
10 
10 
10 

12.8 
12.8 
12.8 
12.8 

;^31.    2.0 

Brought  forward*  51.  5.5 

;^82.    7.    5 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Jan.  11,  1782.  The  Treasurer 
is  hereby  directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  Eli  Noble  or  order,  the  sum  of 
eighty  two  pounds  seven  shillings  and  five  pence,  pr.  the  within 
account. 

I.saac  Tichener,  ) 
Amos  Fassett,      \ 


Committee. 


Bennington,  Feb.  4,  1782.  Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  con- 
tents of  the  above  order,  being  eighty-two  pounds  seven  shillings 
and  three  pence,  lawful  money. 

Eli  Noble,  Capt. 

*NoTE.— The  amount  of  the  roll  of  Capt.  Eli  Noble  [Oct.   1781]  on  the 
preceding  page  [80],  is  included  in  the  foregoing  order. 

0.  L.Knapp,  Acting  Sec-^  of  State. 


[508] 


[Moses   Howe's    Account'^ 


State  of  Vermont,  to  Moses  Howe,  Dr. 

For  conducting  six  British  prisoners  from  Brattleborough 
to  Castleton  by  order  of  the  Sheriff,  as  per  receipts 
for  expense j£3.15A 

For  my  own  time,  horse  and  expense 4.  0.0 


;^7.15.4 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  July  17,  1781. 

The  within  account  examined  and  approved — the  Treasurer  is 

directed  to  pay  the  same,  being  seven  pounds,  fifteen  shillings  and 

four  pence.  Timo.  Brownson,  )  ^  ... 

^  T  u     ■c'        *4-  }•  Committee. 

John  Fassett,  [ 


Date  above  received   of 
above  order. 


the   Treasurer 


the    contents    of 
Moses  Howe. 


the 


[26] 


402 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


[186,  dupl  134] 


\^Capt.  Ebenezer   Wood's  Coi7ipany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Ebenezer  Wood's  Company  of  Alarm 
List  in  Col.  Eben"^  Walbridge's  Regiment  of  Militia  in  the  service 
of  the  State  of  Vermont,  commencing  the  31^'  July,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Pr  day 

Am' 
wages 

2.0.0 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Ebenezer  Wood 

6 

0.6.8 

60 

3.  0.0 

Lt.  Simeon  Harmon 

2 

4.3 

8.6 

30 

18.6 

Lt.  Joseph  Willoughby 

2 

4.3 

8.6 

30 

18.6 

En.  Joseph  Wickwire 

2 

4.3 

8.6 

30 

18.6 

Serg'  Aaron  Haynes 

2 

1.7 

3.2 

30 

13.2 

"      Zephaniah  Branch 

2 

1.7 

3.2 

30 

18.2 

Corp'  Job  Wood 

3 

1.5 

4.8 

40 

17.7 

Elias  Blanchard 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

30 

12.8 

Stephen  Cleveland 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

50 

1.  2.0 

John  Corbin 

3 

1.4 

2.8 

30 

12.8 

Samuel  Cutler 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

30 

12.8 

Abraham  Johnson 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

30 

12.8 

Jeremiah  Chase 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

30 

12.8 

Doct.  Gav.  Smith 

3 

6.8 

1.0.0 

50 

1.16.8 

David  Brown 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

30 

12.8 

Jona.  Bills 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

30 

12.8 

Joseph  Rudd 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

30 

12.8 

Daniel  Wood 

1 

1.4 

1.4 

20 

8.0 

Eben'  Wood,  Jr. 

1 

1.4 

1.4 

20 

8.0 

;^16.15.5 

Eben''  Wood,  Capt. 

Bennington,  Nov.  28,  1781.  Personally  appears  Capt.  Eben'" 
Wood  and  makes  solemn  oath  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  just  and 
true.  Isaac  Tichenor,  justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Dec.  20,  1781.     The  within  pay 

roll  being  examined   and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 

pay   the  same  to  the  am*  of   sixteen    pounds  fifteen   shillings  and 

five  pence.  Isaac  Tichenor,  )  ^  ... 

^  A  17        **      r  Committee. 

Amos  Fassett,     f 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Dec.  29,  1781.  ReC*  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Eben''  Wood,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


403 


[216] 


\Capt.  Matthew  Lyo7is   Co7npany\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Matthew  Lyon's  Company,  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Regiment,  for  service  done  in  the  alarm  from  the  31st  of  July, 
1781,  to  the  3rd  of  August,  inclusive. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  M.  Lyon 
En^  N.   Chittenden 
Sherman   Boardman 
John  Davison 

Andrews 

Pilott 

5 

4 
5 
4 
3 

1 

75 
75 
79 
75 
60 
8 

2.18.4 
2.   2.0 
1.13.0 
1.10.4 
1.   4.0 
0.   4.0 

;^9.11.8 

M.  Lyon,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  26  Feb.,  1782.  The  above  pay 
roll  being  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  unto 
Capt.  Matthew  Lyon  the  sura  of  ;^9.11.8,  lawful  money. 

Nathl.  Brush,         )  p 
Timo.  Brownson,  j 


Committee. 


Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 
^9.11.8  M.  Lyon 


404 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


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405 


[50,  dupl  283]        \Capt.    William  Sharp's  Company] 

A    Pay  Roll  of   Capt.   William    Sharp   in 
Regiment  of  foot  of  the  State  of  Vermont  — 
August  and  until  the  fourth  of  August. 


Col.  John   Abbot's 
—  from  the  first  of 


Officers,  non-commiss'^ 

Miles 

No.  of 

Amount  of 

officers  and  privates 

travel 

Milage 

days 

wages,  rations 

and  milage 

W^  Sharp,  Capt. 

20 

6.8 

3 

1.   6.   8 

George  Milliman,  Lt. 

(  4 

do 

3 

0.19.   5 

W"  Wales  worth,  Ens° 

>  1 

do 

3 

0.19.   5 

Benj.  Wells,  Clerk 

(  1 

do 

3 

0.11.   5 

Levi  Bagley,            Sergt. 

1  i 

do 

3 

0.11.   5 

John  Kerery,              do. 

(  1 

do 

3 

0.11.   5 

Nathan  Armstrong,  do. 

1  ( 

do 

3 

0.11.   5 

Daniel  Hawley,  Corpl. 

(  i 

do 

0.11.   0 

Abial  Blowers,       do. 

t  ( 

do 

3 

0.11.   0 

Jona.  Russell,  Drum"" 

I  » 

do 

3 

0.11.   0 

David  Chase,  private 

(  ( 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

Jno.  Waldo,  Jr. 

<  1 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

Saml.  Lathan 

(  I 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

Alex.  Blowers 

(  I 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

W"'  Blowers 

1  ( 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

Joshua  Hodges 

t  i 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

Henry  Hill 

(  t 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

Isaac  Hodges,  Jr. 

t  t 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

John  Cerns 

t  ( 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

John  Cox 

(  I 

do 

3 

0.10.  8 

John  Milliman 

t  ( 

do 

3 

0.10.  8 

Jona.  Chase 

(  ( 

do 

3 

0.10.  8 

David  Seaton 

1  1 

do 

3 

0.10.  8 

Saml.  Sissill 

1  1 

do 

3 

0.10.  8 

Elijah  Russell 

1  ( 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

Peter  Hartwell 

(  ( 

do 

3 

0.10.   8 

Total        ;^15.14.10 


William  Sharp,  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont,   Sept.    13,    1781.      The  above  roll  sworn  to 
by  Capt.  William  Sharp.      Before  me, 

John  Fassett,  Jr.  Asst, 


406 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office.  Sept.  13,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  William  Sharp,  or  bearer,  being  fifteen  pounds  fourteen 
shillings  and  ten  pence. 

^15-1^10  Timo.  Brownson,    [committee. 

John  Strong,  j 

Date  above,  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order.  Rec'd  per 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sept.  27,  [1781.]     William  Sharp,  Capt. 


[365] 


\Capt.  Augustine  Odel's  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Augustin  Odle's  Company  in  Col.  John 
Abbot's  Regiment  of  Militia,  out  in  an  alarm  from  the  l'^*  day  of 
August  to  the  4^1",  A.D.  1781. 


Names 

Days 
3 

Milage 
10 

Rations 

Due  for 
rations 

p, 

day 

Wages 

Miles 

Augustin  Odel,  Capt. 

6 

4 

5.4 

1.10.0 

30 

Asa  Lewis,  Lt. 

3 

10 

4 

1.  3 

30 

Joshua  Kandall,  En. 

3 

10 

4 

2.8 

3.7 

1.  3 

30 

Caleb  Hakes,       Sergt. 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.7 

14.9 

30 

Elisha  Eeynolds,     ' ' 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.5 

14.9 

30 

Jacob  Odel,     Corpl. 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.5 

14.3 

30 

Harry  Lewis,       " 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.5 

14.3 

30 

George  Hakes,     " 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14.3 

30 

William  Reynolds 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Harris  Weaver 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Stephen  Card 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Jacob  Lampman 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Elisha  Bailey 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

HendrickWeasonhouss 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Hank  Lampman 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Thos.  Butler 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Daniel  Cornwell 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Daniel  Young 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Elisha  Brown 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Harry  [Sterry]  Hewett 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

50 

Thos.  Coats 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

David  Matson 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

John  G.  Cray 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Robert  Moon 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Timoth3'  Brown 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Joseph  Barronhart 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Philip  Crellior 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Zenas  Willis 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Joseph  Baker 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Thos.  Stephens 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Walter  Worden 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Thos.  Serivens 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

William  Davis 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

Gilbert  Worden 

3 

10 

0 

0 

1.4 

14 

30 

i:25.13.3 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


4^7 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sept.  26,  1781.  The  above  Pay  Roll  exam- 
ined and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  Augustin  Odel,  or  bearer,  it  being  twenty-five  pounds  twelve 
shillings  and  three  pence. 

^-         -D  r  Committee. 

Timo.  Brownson,  j 


Treasurer's  Office,  Sept,  26, 
urer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 
^25.12.3 


1781.     Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treas- 


Asa  Lewis. 


[278] 


[CapL  Lemuel  Carey's  Coinpany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Lemuel  Cary's  Company,  Col.  John 
Abbot's  Regt.  in  a  Regiment  of  Foot  of  the  State  of  Vermont, 
from  the  1st  day  of  Aug.  to  the  4th,  A.  D.  1781. 


<x> 

<c 

ID 

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Names 

GQ 

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be 
42 

a 
o 

••3 

^    PI 

1-2 

a 
-« 

Total 

i 

<A 

ft 

h 

^ 

Capt.  Lemuel  Carey 

24 

8 

6 

0.4.0 

3 

16.0 

1.  8.0 

Lt.  James  Stevens 

24 

8 

3 

2. 

3 

10.9 

1.  0.9 

En,  Moses  Barnet 

24 

8 

3 

2. 

3 

10.9 

1.  0.9 

Olerk  Amos  Palmer, 

24 

8 

3 

4.9 

0.12.9 

Sergt.  Christopher  Snyder 

24 

8 

3 

4.9 

0.12.9 

Elijah  Turner 

24 

8 

3 

4.9 

12.9 

"       Gose  Quackinbush 

24 

8 

3 

4.9 

12.9 

Corp.  Francis  Horth 

24 

8 

3 

4.4 

12.4 

"      Francis  Cummings 

24 

8 

3 

4.4 

12.4 

"      Jacob  Bove 

24 

8 

•3 

4.4 

12.4 

Fifer  Benj.  Palmer 

24 

8 

3 

4.4 

12.4 

D"^  Ab™  Ostrander 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Abner  Marble 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Garet  Lake 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Abraham  Whittick 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

John  Webb 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

William  Kelling  [Helling] 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12, 

John  Bove 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

John  Palmer 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

George  Blower 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Jona.  Hadlock 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Samuel  Hadlock 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Samuel  Tylor 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

13. 

Peter  Hyke 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Peter  Ostrander 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

13. 

Henry  Matthew 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Ishmael  Kunnels 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

408 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 

m 
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0! 
(A 

OS 

a 

O 

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1-2 

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03 

03 

Total 

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rt 

u 

« 

Ah 

James  Smith 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

James  Williamson 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Seth  Carey 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Thomas  Horth 

24 

8 

8 

4. 

12. 

Timothy  Howe 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

James  Hadlock 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Nathl.  Barnet 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

William  Brace 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

John  Magacking 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Jeremiah  Green 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Stephen  Rolph 

24 

8 

3 

4. 

12. 

Elias  Blancher 

24 

8 

■ 

3 

4. 

12. 
£25.  6.2 

Lemuel  Carey,  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont,  Sept.  13,  1781. 

The  within  pay  roll  sworn  to  by  Capt.  Lemuel  Carey, 

Before  me,  John  Strong,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sept.  13,  1781.  Examined  and  approved, 
the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  Lemuel  Carey  or  bearer, 
it  being  twenty-five  pounds  six  shillings  and  two  pence. 

John  Strong,  J  Committee, 

iimo.  Brownson,  j 

Date  above,  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order. 

;^25.6.2.  Lemuel  Carey,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


409 


[286] 


[Capf.   William  Shepard's  Company\ 


A    Pay    Roll    of    Capt.     William    Shepard's    Company,    Col. 
Cornelius  Douty's  Regiment,  in  a   Regt.   of  Foot,  of  the  State  of 
Vermont,  from  the  1st  day  of  August  to  the  4th  day  of  August, 
1781,  in  alarm  at  Saratoga. 


Pr 

Names 

Days 
3 

Pr  day 

Miles 

mile 

Total 

Capt.  William  Shepard 

6.8 

24 

\^ 

1.   8.0 

Lt.  Christopher  Stark 

3 

4  3 

24 

4 

1.  0.9 

En.  Francis  Nye 

3 

4.3 

24 

4 

1.   0.9 

Q.  M.  Josiah  Root 

3 

4.3 

24 

4 

0.14.0 

Sergt.  Maj''  Israel  Shepard 

3 

2.0 

24 

4 

0.12.9 

"     ;  Rice  Honeywell 

3 

1.7 

24 

4 

0.12.9 

*'       Joseph  Martain 

3 

1.7 

24 

4 

0.12.9 

"       Titus  Monson 

3 

1.7 

24 

4 

0.12.3 

Jacob  Vaniormer 

3 

1.0 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Joseph  Benedict 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Oliver  Benedict                        ; 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Laurence  Dutcher       "             ^ 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Felix  Holdridge           ! 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

.    0.12.0 

Wilerstone  West          ;             \ 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

John  Price,  Jr.              !             ! 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Ashel  Stark                  j 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

Jonathan  Price             ; 

3 

1.4 

24 

4 

0.12.0 

;^12.10.9 

Attest,  Wm.  Shepard,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  March  1,  1782.  The  above 
account  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to 
pay  unto  Capt.  William  Shepard  or  order,  the  sum  of  twelve 
pounds  ten^shillings  and  nine  pence. 

Isaac  Tichenor,    )  r^^^^^ff^o 
Nathl.   Brush,      [Committee. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  June  14,  1783.  Reed,  of  Ira 
Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  within  order,  in  behalf 
of  Capt.  William  Shepard.  Israel  Shepard. 


410 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[309] 


[^Capt.  John  Robinson^ s  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Robinson's  Company  in  Col.  John 
Abbot's  Regiment  of  Foot,  out  in  an  alarm  from  the  1st  day  of 
August  to  the  4th.  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Pr  day 

Miles 

Total 

John  Robinson,  Capt. 

3 

5.4 

30 

William  Ross,  Lt. 

2 

3.7 

30 

Matthew  Randall,  En. 

3 

3.7 

30 

John  Randall,  Sergt. 

3 

1.7 

20 

Jason  Babcock,     " 

1 

1.7 

10 

Amiel  Alger,         " 

3 

1.7 

30 

David  Randall,     " 

3 

1.4 

30 

Abr'"  Burdick 

2- 

1.4 

30- 

Nathl.  Church 

3 

1.4 

30 

Christeon  Kelder 

1 

1.4 

8 

Stephen  Randall 

3 

1.4 

3 

Richard  Stanley 

1 

1.4 

8 

Elisha  Reynolds 

3 

1.4 

30 

William  Welch 

2 

1.4 

30 

Abraham  Lewis 

3 

1.4 

30 

Obadiah  Vaughn 

3 

1.4 

30 

Jonas  Odell 

3 

1.4 

30 

Peter  Crandall 

3 

1.4 

30 

/• 

Sam'  West,  Clerk 

3 

1.4 

30 

£ 

13.2.10 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sept.  26,  1781.  The  above  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
John  Robinson,  being  thirteen  pounds  two  shillings  and  ten  pence. 

John  Strong,  /  ^^^^^ 

Timo.   Brownson,  ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sept.  26,  1781.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treas- 
urer, the  contents  of  this  order. 

^13.2.10  John  Robinson. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


411 


[301,  dupl  269]       \^Capt.  Shadrach  Phelps   Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Shadrach  Phelps'  Company,  ('ol.  Cornelius 
Douty's  Regiment  of  Foot  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  from  the  first 
day  of  August  to  the  fourth,  in  the  alarm,  at  Saratoga,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Pr  day 

Miles 

Pr 

mile 

Total 

Capt.  Shadrach  Phelps 

3 

6.8 

30 

4C1 

1.  10.  0 

Lt.  Edward  Henderson 

3 

4.3 

30 

4 

1.     2.  9 

En.  Hendrick  Jackson 

3 

4.3 

30 

4 

1.     2.  9 

Sergt.  James  Bullen 

3 

1.7 

30 

4 

14.  9 

"      Asa  Nichols 

3 

1.7 

30 

4 

14.  9 

Corpl.  John  Strow 

3 

1.5 

30 

4 

14.  3 

"       John  Ekesmer    E.  Rismer  ?] 

3 

1.5 

30 

4 

14.  3 

Jabez  Bennett 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

Jones  Putnam 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

James  Darrow 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

Luther  Brown 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

Joel  Parks 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

John  Grofif 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

James  Denslow  [Imslow,  Tinslow 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

Job  Paddock 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

Saml.  Cownour 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

3 

1.4 

30 

4 

14.  0 

£\2.  16.  6 

Attest,  Shadrach  Phelps,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Ofifice,  Bennington,  March  1.  1782.  The  within  pay 
roll  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 
unto  Capt.  Shadrach  Phelps,  or  order,  the  sura  of  twelve  pounds 
sixteen  shillings  and  six  pence.  Nathl.  Brush, 

Isaac  Tichei 


sh,      ) 
mor,  I 


Com« 


Treasurer's   Office,   Sunderland,  July  16,   1782.     Reed,    of    I. 
Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  this  order. 

^12.  16.  6  Saml.  Safford. 


412 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[259]  [Cap.  Matthias  Buttons  Company'] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Matthias  Button,  Col.  John  Abbot's  Regi- 
ment of  Foot  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  from  the  1st  of  August  to 
the  4th,  1781. 


Names 

Miles 
24 

Milages 

Amt. 
rations 

3  days 
search  at 

Total 

Capt.  Matthias  Button 

0.    8.   0 

0.    4.    0 

0.    16. 

0 

1      8.   0 

Lt.  Peter  Baker 

24 

8 

0.    2.  0 

10. 

9 

1.     0.   9 

En.  Pelatiah  Rice 

24 

8 

0.   2.   0 

10. 

9 

1.     0.    9 

Sergt.  John  Ryon 

24 

8 

4. 

9 

0.   12    9 

David  Earl 

24 

8 

4. 

9 

0.   12.   9 

"       Russell  Graves 

24 

8 

4. 

9 

0.   12    9 

"       Ephraim  Marsh,  Jr. 

24 

8 

4. 

9 

0.    12.   9 

Clerk  Saml.  Shipraan 

24 

8 

4. 

9 

0.   12    9 

Corpl.  William   Hill 

24 

8 

4. 

4 

0.   12.   4 

Gershom  Gifford 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

John  Bardsley 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Eben"'  Leonard 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

William  Marsh 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.    12.   0 

Elijah,  Wallis 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Thomas  Leonard 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

John  Marsh 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Thomas  Edwards;             ; 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

William  Hooper  ; 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Lawrence  Sordam 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Samuel  Sordam 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Charles  Lyde 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Abner  Rice 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

John  Butcher 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.    12.   0 

Abraham  Crego 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Isaiah  Dewey 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Job  Goff 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.    12.   0 

Beverly  Burtch 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.   12.   0 

Francis  Bennet 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.    12.   0 

Stutson  Benson 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.    12.   0 

Benj.  Scott 

24 

8 

4. 

0 

0.    12.   0 

^19.17.7 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


413 


State  of  Vermont,  Sept.  13,  1781.  The  within  roll  sworn  to 
by  Capt.  Matthias  Button.     Before  me.     John  Fassett,  Jr.,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sept.  13,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Capt.  Matthias  Button  or  bearer,  being  nineteen  pounds  seventeen 
shillings  and  seven  pence.  John  Fassett,  j  p  . 

John  Strong,  )  committee. 

Date  above,  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order. 

;^19.   17.   9  Matthias  Button. 


[24] 


\_Detachment  under  Capt.   William  Dyre^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Detachment  from  Col.  Eben''  Walbridge's  Reg- 
iment, commanded  by  W°^  Dyre,  captain,  for  services  scouting, 
etc.  at  and  in  the  vicinity  of  Fort  Ann,  Aug.  4th,  1781,  the  service 
being  done  in  pursuance  of  order  from  his  Excellency  the  Governor. 


Names  and  Eank 

Daya 

Pay 
per  day 

Miles 
travel 

Travel 
per  mile 

4d 

Amt. 
of  pay 

17.0 

0^ 

l"*vel     Total 

W'"  Dyre,  Capt. 

60 

1.  0.  0 

Jos.  Andrews,  Lt. 

4 

4/3 

17.0 

1.17.  0 

Lebbeus  Armstrong,  En. 

1/7 

6.4 

1.17.  0 

Hez.  Armstrong,  Sergt. 

i  t 

1/7 

6.4 

1.  6.  4 

Saml.  Sunderland,  do. 

1/5 

5.8 

1.  6.  4 

Jedediah  Merrill,  Corpl. 

1/4 

5.4 

1.  5.  8 

Jehiel  Smith 

1/4 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Saml.  Tubbs 

1/4 

5.4 

1.  b.  4 

Leml.  Hubbel 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Silas  Hathaway 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

ThoB.  Hall 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Ephrm.  Can 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Elisha  Church 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Thos.  Tennant 

5.4 

1.  5,  4 

David  Matherson 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Isaac  Andrews 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Danl.  Howlet 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Andrew  Briggs 

5.4 

1.  5,  4 

Abner  Goss 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

James  Bates 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Caleb  Harrington 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Benj.  Parks 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

W'"  Burnham 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Francis  Phillips 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

Leml.  Bottum 

5.4 

1.  5.  4 

£-^y2. 3.  8 

414 


STATE  OF  VERMONT 


Arlington,  Aug.  22,  1782.  The  above  pay  roll  sworn  to  before 
me.  Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Aug.  1782.  The  within  pay  roll  being  ex- 
amined, the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  it  being  thirty- 
two  pounds,  thirteen  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Timo.   Brownson,  )  p_^ee 
Nathl.  Brush,         \  ^^^ 

Oct.  10,  1782.  Rec'd  of  the  Treasurer  ten  pounds  seventeen 
shillings  on  the  above  order.  W™  Dyre,  Capt. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  19,  1783.  Rec'd  of  the 
Treasurer  twenty  one  pounds,  sixteen  shillings  in  full  of  the  above 
order.  W""  Dyre. 

[219]  [CaJ>/.  Lemuel  Bradley's  Co7npany\ 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Lemuel  Bradley's  Company,  August  6,  1781, 
as  established  by  law. 


Names 

Days 

Wages  & 
rations 

Miles 

Travel 

Total 

T.eml.  Bradley,  Capt. 

3 

17. 

4 

•  50 

16. 

8 

1.14.   8 

William  Blancher,  Lt. 

3 

11. 

8 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   8.   9 

Saml.  Bradley, 

3 

11. 

8 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   8.   9 

John  Boardman,  Sergt. 

3 

4. 

9X 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   1.   5X 

Jackson,          ." 

3 

4. 

9^ 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   1.   5^ 

Hosford, 

3 

4. 

9X 

50 

16. 

8 

1.  1.  byi 

Sanford, 

3 

4. 

9X 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   1.   5X 

Bartlet,  Corpl. 

3 

4. 

9^ 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   1.   h]i 

Brownson,  " 

3 

4. 

4^ 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   1.   0^ 

Abner  Hurd 

3 

4. 

Wa 

50 

16. 

8 

1.    1.   0^ 

Daniel  Hurd 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Eliphaz  Warner 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Saml.  Bristol 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Shar°  Boardman 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Eli  Pettibone 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Benaj''  Leonard 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Josiah  Averill 

8 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.  0.   8 

Levi  Arnold 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

John  Whiston 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Phineas  Meigs 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Zen  as  Bradley 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Barna^  Chipman 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Isaac  Brownson 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 

Lee 

3 

4. 

50 

16. 

8 

1.   0.   8 
^26.  3.  8>^ 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


415 


N.  B.     There  are  4  rations  added  in  this  pay  roll,  arat.  2/8 

Leml.  Bradley,  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont,  Arlington,  Aug.  13,  1781.  The  within  roll 
sworn  to  by  Capt.  Lemuel  Bradley.     Before  me, 

John  Fassett,  Jr.,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  Jan  7,  1782.  The  within  roll  being 
examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same 
to  Capt.  Lemuel  Bradley  or  bearer,  being  twenty-six  pounds  three 
shillings  and  eight  pence.  Isaac  Tichenor, 

Timo.   Brownson, 

Jan.  29,  1782.  Reed,  of  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order,  for  Capt.  Lemuel  Bradley. 

;£26.   3.  8  Gilbert  Bradley. 

[310]  [Capt  Joseph  Safford's  Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Joseph  Safford's  Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Eben""  Walbridge's  Regiment,  on  an  Alarm,  commencing  2nd 
August,  1781,  and  ending  the  8th,  both  days  included. 


..[ 


Committee. 


Wages  & 

Amt.  wages 

Amt. 

travel 

Names 

Days 
6 

rations 
pr  day 

and 
rations 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Joseph  Safford 

6,  8 

2.  0.  0 

80 

1.  6. 

8 

3.  6.  8 

Lt.  William  Henry 

3 

4.  3 

0.12.  9 

48 

16. 

0 

1.  8.  1 

En.  Joca.  Scott 

3 

4.  3 

12.  9 

48 

16. 

0 

1.  8.  1 

Rufus  Branch,  S.  M. 

3 

2.  0 

6.  0 

48 

16. 

0 

1.  2.  0 

Sergt.  Jeremiah  Bingham 

2 

1.  7 

3.  2 

32 

10. 

8 

13.  8 

"      Thos.  Abel 

3 

1.  7 

4.  9 

48 

16. 

0 

1.  0.  9 

"      Nathl.  Lawrence 

1 

1.  7 

1.  7 

4 

1. 

4 

2.11 

' '      Archelaus  Tupper 

3 

1.  7 

4.  9 

48 

16. 

0 

1.   0.  9 

*•      Roswell  Mosely 

5 

1.  7 

7.11 

36 

12. 

0 

19.11 

Corpl,  Josiah  Brush 

3 

1.  5 

4.  3 

53 

17. 

8 

1.  9.11 

"      Ezekiel  Brewster 

3 

1.  5 

4.  3 

48 

16. 

0 

1.  0.  3 

"      Reuben  Colvin 

3 

1.  5 

4.  3 

32 

10. 

8 

14.11 

"      Matthew  Scott 

3 

1.  5 

4.  3 

53 

17. 

8 

1.  1.11 

Daniel  Biddlecom 

3 

1.  4 

4.  0 

53 

17, 

8 

1.  1.  8 

Leonard  Robinson 

4 

1.  4 

5.  4 

69 

1.  3. 

0 

1.  8.  4 

Eben"^  Spencer 

3 

1.  4 

4.  0 

40 

13, 

4 

17,  4 

Eben'  Badcock 

4 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10. 

8 

13,  4 

Saml.  Atwood 

5 

1.  4 

6.  8 

52 

17. 

4 

1,  4.  0 

Saml.  Holmes 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10. 

8 

13.  4 

Saml.  Palmer 

3 

I.  4 

4,  0 

48 

16. 

0 

1.  0.  0 

Andrew  Newark 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10. 

8 

13.  4 

Solomon  Saflford 

3 

1.  4 

4.  0 

48 

16. 

0 

1.  0.  0 

Azariah  Cop 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10. 

8 

13.  4 

Willard  Green 

2 

1.   4 

2.  8 

32 

10. 

8 

13.  4 

Eleazer  Egerton 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10. 

8 

13.  4 

Ammi  Fuller 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10. 

8 

13.  4 

416 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Wages  & 

Amt,  wages 

Amt. 
travel 

10.  8 

Names 

Days 

rations 
pr  day 

and 
rations 

Miles 

Total 

Thos.  Taylor 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

13.  4 

WilUam  Henry,  Jr. 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

David  Haynes 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Phineas  Wright 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

David  Safiord 

4 

1.  4 

5.  4 

69 

1.  3.  0 

1.  8.  4 

Samuel  Chapin 

2 

1,  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Levi  Hathaway 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

John  Holmes 

3 

1.  4 

4.  0 

48 

16.  0 

1.  0.  0 

Jesse  Tenney 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Absalom  Tupper 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Walter  Cady 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Eichard  Biddlecom 

2 

1.  4 

8.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Andrew  Ferren 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Henry  Parker 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Christopher  Brackett 

3 

1.  4 

4.  0 

48 

16.  0 

1.  0.  0 

Daniel  Smith 

4 

1.  4 

5.  4 

36 

12.  0 

0.  17.4 

Robert  Cochran 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Joseph  House 

3 

1.   4 

4.  0 

48 

16.  0 

1.  0.  0 

Nathan  Billings 

3 

1.  4 

4.  0 

48 

16.  0 

1.  0.  0 

Medad  Hervey 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

0. 10.  8 

Ephraim  Smith 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

10.  8 

Mathl.  Spencer 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

10.  8 

Moses  Scott 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

10.  8 

Jona.  Robinson 

4 

1,  4 

5.  4 

69 

10.  8 

1.  8.  4 

Josiah  Saflford 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

David  Fay 

4 

1.  4 

5.  4 

73 

10.  8 

1.  9.  8 

Moses  Robinson,  Jr. 

3 

1.  4 

4.  0 

53 

10.  8 

1.  1.  8 

Issachar  Norton 

3 

1.  4 

4.  0 

48 

1.  3.  0 

1.  0.  0 

Josiah  Fay 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Isaac  Rice 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

1.  4.  3 

13.  4 

Aaron  Denio 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

17.  8 

13.  4 

Jona.  Stratton 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

16.  0 

13.  4 

Stephen  Story 

3 

1.  4 

2.  0 

48 

10.  4 

1.  0.  0 

Timothy  Follett 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

10.  8 

6.8 

Reuben  Cook 

1.   4 

1.  4 

16 

10.  8 

6.  8 

Mason  Branch 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

10.  8 

6.  8 

Martin  Follett 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

16.  0 

6.8 

Saml.  Saflford,  Jr. 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Saml.  Montague 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

5.   4 

13.  4 

John  Whitcomb 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Asa  Walbridge 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Lemuel  Scott 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Solomon  Walbridge 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

10.  8 

6.  8 

Joshua  Rude 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Job  Youngs 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Eben"  Lyman 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.8 

Stephen  Hopkins 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.   4 

6.  8 

Daniel  Storey 

1.   4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Simeon  Sears 

1.   4 

1.  4 

16 

5.   4 

6,  8 

Zachariah  Herwood 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Joseph  Lewis 

1.   4 

1.  4 

16 

5.   4 

6.  8 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


417 


Wages  & 

Amt.  wages 

Amt. 
travel 

Names 

Days 

rations 
pr  day 

and 
rations 

Miles 

Total 

Jacob  Saflford 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

5.  4 

13.  4 

Daniel  Eude 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

5.  4 

13.  4 

Stephen  Fuller 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

4 

5.  4 

4.  0 

Josiah  Fuller 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

4 

5.  4 

4.  0 

Thomas  Smith 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

4 

1.  4 

4.  0 

Noah  Cross 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

4 

1.  4 

4.  0 

David  Palmer 

2 

1.  4 

2,  8 

4 

1.  4 

4.  0 

Zebulon  Bewker 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

4 

1.  4 

4.  0 

William  Hanit 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

4 

1.  4 

4.  0 

Francis  Story- 

2 

1.  4 

2.  8 

4 

1.  4 

2.  8 

Joseph  Palmer 

1.  4 

1.  4 

4 

1.  4 

2.  8 

John  Lawrence 

1.  4 

1.  4 

4 

1.  4 

2.  8 

Elisha  Downs 

1.  4 

1.  4 

4 

1.  4 

2.  8 

John  Totman 

1.  4 

1.  4 

4 

1.  4 

2.8 

Benj.  Webb 

1.  4 

1.  4 

4 

1.  4 

13.  4 

Silas  Walbridge 

1.  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

6.  8 

Benj.  Hurlburt 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.8 

Isaiah  Hendricks 

L  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.8 

Joshua  Hathaway 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.8 

Stephen  Holmes 

1.  4 

L  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Jona.  Wentworth 

1.  4 

1.  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.  8 

Silas  Robinson 

1.  4 

L  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.8 

Judah  Weeks 

1.  4 

L  4 

16 

5.  4 

6.8 

Timo.  Vibberd 

2 

L  4 

2.  8 

32 

10.  8 

13.  4 

Joseph  SafiEord,  Capt. 

Bennington,  Dec.  14,  1781.  Personally  appears  Capt.  Jos. 
Safford  and  makes  solemn  oath  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  just  and 
true.  Isaac  Tichenor,  Justice  of  Peace/ 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Dec.  20,  1781.  The  above  pay 
roll  being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  the  amount  of  sixty-six  pounds  eighteen  shillings  and 
six  pence.  Isaac  Tichenor,  )  Committee. 

Amos  Fassett,    i 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Jan.  3,  1782.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Joseph  Safford,  Capt. 


[27] 


418 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[189] 


\Capt.  Robert  Hunkins  and  Men] 


Pay  Roll  for  a  number  of  Militia  under  the  command  of  Capt. 
Robert  Hunkins,  on  an  alarm  at  Peacham,  August  15,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Mileage 

Total 

Robert  Hunkins,  Capt. 
Eben''  Martin 
Seth  Ford 
Robert  Miller 
Benj  Davis 
Stephen  Jenkins 
Levi   Collins 
Robert  Stinson 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

30 

2.16.8 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 
19.4 

^9.12.0 

Robert  Hunkins. 

T  hereby  attest  that  the  within  pay  roll  is  just  and  true. 

Neh.  Lovewell,  Com'^''  at  Peacham. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Feb.  21,  1783.  The  Treasurer  is  hereby 
directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  Robert  Hunkins,  or  bearer,  the  within 
sum,  it  being  nine  pounds  twelve  shillings. 

Isaac  Tichenor, 

John  Strong, 


Committee. 


Treasurer's  Office,  Windsor,  Feb.  21,  1783.  ReC^  of  Ira  Allen, 
Esq.,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  six  pounds 
one  shilling  and  four  pence,  lawful  money,  for  and  in  behalf  of 
Robert  Hunkins.  Neh.   Lovewell,  Jr. 

Windsor,  Feb,  21,  1783.  Rec"^  of  the  Treasurer  three  pounds 
ten  shillings  and  eight  pence  lawful  money,  which  the  committee 
of  pay  table  have  added  to  the  above  order. 

;^9.12.0  Neh.  Lovewell,  Jr. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


419 


[75] 


\Capt.    Bartholomew  Durkee's  Company\ 
Roll    of     Capt.    Bartholomew    Durkee's   Company   of 


A   Pay 

Militia  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  ordered  to  repair 
with  said  company  to  Bethel  Fort,  by  John  Benjamin,  Capt.  and 
commander  of  said  Fort,  Aug.  10,  1781. 


Com- 

Pay 

When 

Names 

men't 
of  pay 

Days 

per 
day 

dis- 
charged 

1781 

Miles 

Total 

1781 

Capt.  Barth^'  Durkee 

Aug  10 

4 

0.5.4 

Aug.  13 

17 

1.  8.  4 

Lt.  Ephraim  Peak 

<<   (1 

<i 

3.7 

1.  0.  8 

Sergt.  John  Bacon 

<(   II 

<i 

1.7 

0.12.  0 

•'      Abida  Smith 

<<  1  < 

(( 

1.7 

0.12.  0 

"      Benajah  Child 

'(  (< 

(1 

1.7 

0.12.  0 

"    Jona,  Carpenter 

II   (1 

<i 

1.7 

0.12.  0 

Eesolved  Sessions 

c<     (t 

ti 

1.4 

0.12.  0 

Eben''  Winslow 

.1     (1 

«i 

1.4 

11. 

John  W.  Dana 

<l    1  < 

(1 

1.4 

11. 

Thomas  Vaile 

<<    (1 

<i 

1.4 

11. 

Jabesh  Vaughn 

.<    (1 

(< 

1.4 

11. 

Darius  Sessions 

(<    (1 

CI 

1.4 

11. 

Sylvester  Bugbee 

(i    <l 

II 

1.4 

11. 

Jacob  Carpenter 

(1    (( 

<t 

1.4 

11. 

Timothy  Cheedle 

II     <l 

<l 

1.4 

11. 

Jeremiah  Dwyer 

(1     (1 

<1 

1.4 

11. 

Nathl.  Frasher 

<(    <( 

CI 

1.4 

11. 

Alexander  Hutchinson 

(1     (1 

(1 

1.4 

11. 

Isaac  Jones 

(1     (1 

<l 

1.4 

11. 

Abiel  Morse 

<l     (1 

<l 

1.4 

11. 

Asa  Paine 

<l  <l 

<l 

1.4 

11. 

John  Padeok 

<l     (1 

(1 

1.4 

11. 

Simeon  Sessions 

<l     <i 

CI 

1.4 

11. 

Isaiah  Tinkham 

<l     <l 

CI 

1.4 

11. 

John  W.  Throop 

1  <     11 

it 

1.4 

11. 

John  Watkins 

11    1  i 

1  ( 

1.4 

11. 

;^  15. 15. 10 

Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  19,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  was 
examined  and  approved  at  fifteen  pounds  fifteen  shillings  and  ten 
pence,  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  unto 
Capt.  Bartholomew  Durkee  or  bearer. 

Timothy  Brownson,  )  Committee. 
Isaac  Tichenor,  ) 

Treasurer's  Office,  Charlestown,  22'^  Oct.  1781.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order  for  and  in  behalf  of 
Capt.  Bartholomew  Durkee. 

By  me,     John  Throop. 


420 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[149] 


\Capt.   William  Bramble  a?id  Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  for  the  Company  that  marched  to  Bethel  Fort  in 
August,  1781,  being  called  out  by  authority  under  William 
Bramble,  Hartford. 


Names 


William  Bramble,  Capt. 
Asa  Hazen,  Lt. 
David  Wright,  En, 
Andrew  Tracy,  Sergt. 
Asa  Emerson,      " 
W'"  Dunhiam,       " 
Artemas  Eobinson,  Sergt. 
Solomon  Strong 
Eliphalet  Marsh 
Levi  Demon 
Matthew  Bansom 
Jona.  Birtch 
Gershom  Dunham 
Erastus  Chapman 
Thomas  Savage 


Days 

Miles 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

4 

25 

Pay  pr 
day 


5.4 

4. 

4. 


1 


,U2 

,5i 


1.5^ 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 

1.4 


Pay  pr 

mile 


4d 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


Total 


1.11.0 
1.  4.4 
1.  4.4 
0.14.2 
0.14.2 
0.14.2 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.13.8 
0.1S.8 


;^12.    5.2 


Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  24,  1781. 

The  within  Pay  Roll  examined  and  approved,  and  the 
Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  William  Bramble 
or  bearer,  it  being  twelve  pound  five  shillings  and  two  pence. 

Timo.  Brownson,    j 
Thos.  Chandler,      j- Com«« 
John  Strong,  ) 

Date  above,  reed,  the  contents  of  the  Treasurer  of  the  above 
order.  Elk""*  Sprague. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


421 


[244,  dupl  73] 


[Capt.  Elkanah  Sprague  and  Men'\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  the  Company  that  marched  to  Bethel  Fort  in 
August,  178],  being  called  out  by  authority. 


Names 

1 

Days 

Miles 

Pr  dav 

Pr 

mile 

Total 

Elkanah  Sprague,  Capt. 
Benj.  Wright 
John  Carpenter 
Thomas  Hazen 
William  Powers 
Jonathan  Powers 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 

0.5.8 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 

4d 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

1.11.0 

0.   9.8 
0.   9.8 
0.   9.8 
0.  .9  8 
0.   9  8 

;^4.19.4 

State  of  Vermont,  Hartford,  Oct.  10,  1781.      Then  personally 
appeared  Capt.  Sprague  and  made  oath  to  the  within  Pay  Roll, 
before  me,  John  Throop,  Assistant. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  24,  1781.  The  within  Pay  Roll  ex- 
amined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 
the  within  sum, being  four  pounds  nineteen  shillings  and  four  pence, 
lawful  money,  to  Elkanah  Sprague,  or  order. 

Timo.  Brownson,  1 

Thos.  Chandler,    V  Committee. 

John  Strong,  ) 

Date  above  reed,  the  contents  of  the  above  order  of  the 
Treasurer. 

;j^4.19.4  Elkanah  Sprague. 

[244,  dupl  69]  [Capt.  John  Coffeens  Company] 

Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Cofifeen's  Company. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  John  Coflfeen 
Lt.  Abiel  Preston 
Clerk  Noadiah   Russell 
Isaac  Balding 
Michael  Coffeen 
Abel  Balding 
Reuben  Gilbert 

7 
9 
9 
6 
2 
6 
4 

18 
24 
14 
18 
18 
18 
8 

2.16.  8 
2.11.   9 
1.  4.  5 
0.17.  4 
0.   9.   4 
0.17.   4 
0.10.   0 

422 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Ely  Gilbert 
Alexander  Alford 
Ephraim   Foster 
Eben«  Stone 
John  Stone 
Elizur  Coffeen 

4 
6 
4 
7 
4 
4 

8 
18 

8 
20 

8 
48 

0.10.0 
0.17.  4 
0.10.  0 
1.  0.  0 
0.10.  0 
1.   1.   4 

John  Coffeen. 


^13.15.10 


August  30,  1781.       The  above  pay  roll  sworn  to  before  me, 

Timo.   Brownson,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  30  Aug.  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  ex- 
amined and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same 
to  Capt.  Coffeen  or  bearer,  it  being  ;j£"13.15.10. 

John    Strong,        )  ^^^.^ 
Timo.  Brownson,  j" 

Treasurer's  Office,  30th  Aug.,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq., 
Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  thirteen  pounds 
fifteen  shillings  and  ten  pence. 

;^13.15.10  John  Coffeen. 


[104] 


\Priso7iers'  Guard  under  Lieut.  Joseph  Wickwire'\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Guard  appointed  over  the  Prisoners  confined 
in  the  School  house  in  Bennington,  under  the  command  of  Jos. 
Wickwire,  Lieut,  commencing  the  8*''  day  of  August  and  conclud- 
ing the  20*^^  of  the  same  month. 


Names 

Days 

P^  day 

Total 

Lt.  Joseph  Wickwire 

11 

4.3 

2.   6.9 

Sergt.  Matthew  Scott 

13 

1.7 

1.  0.7 

Corpl.  Danl.  Hewlet 

13 

1.5 

0.18.5 

George  Parker 

13 

1.5 

0.18.5 

John  Robins 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Zerubabel  Potter 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Zerah  Scott 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Enoch  Sackett 

13 

1.4 

0  17.4 

Jonas  Abbott 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


423 


Names 

Days 

P'  day 

Total 

Jesse  Jackson 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Samuel  Standish 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Job  Burleson 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Nathan  Kinsley- 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Elijah    Aimes 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Peter  Lawrence 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Jonathan  Bennett 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Oliver  Miller 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

Thomas  Green 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 
P^17.6.10 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sept.  6,  1781.  The  above  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved,  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Joseph  Wickwire  or  bearer,  it  being  seventeen  pounds  six  shillings 
and  ten  pence.  Time.  Brownson,  )  ^Qj^jee 

John  Strong.  j" 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sept.  10,  1781.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq., 
Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  within  order,  being  seventeen 
pounds  six  shillings  and  ten  pence,  lawful  money. 

Joseph  Wickwire,  Lieut. 

[509]  [Lefnue/  Hawlefs  Pay\ 

Pay  Table  Office,  | 
22<^  of  Augt.  1781.  S 
The  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  Lemuel  Hawley,  a  soldier  in 
Col"  Warner's  Regiment,  six  pounds,— being  part  of  his  deprecia- 
tion due.  John  Strong,  \  q^^^^^ 
^6.0.0                                                    Timo.  Brownson,  f 

Date  above  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order.  Lemuel  Hawley. 


424 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[347]  \Capt.  Isaac  Tichenors  Coinpany\ 

Pay  Roll  of  the  Company  of  Militia,  commanded  by  Capt.  Isaac 
Tichenor  and  ordered  to  Saratoga  by  Col.  Eben''  Walbridge  in 
Aug.,  1781,  from  Bennington,  being  30  miles. 


Names 

Pr  day 

Miles 

Day  s 

Total 

Capt.  Isaac  Tichenor 

6.8 

30 

2 

1.   3.4 

Lt.  Lebbeus  Armstrong 

4.3 

30 

2 

18.6 

Sergt.  Daniel  Harmon 

1.7 

30 

2 

13.2 

"      John  Rudd 

1.7 

30 

2 

13.2 

Stephen  Kingsley 

1.7 

30 

2 

13.2 

Timothy  Abbot 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Ezekiel  Harmon 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Joshua  Wood 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Lemuel  Pratt 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Lemuel  Cleveland 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Timothy  Allen 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Caleb  Clark 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Eli  Pember 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Jason  Season  [Leason] 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Silas  Harmon 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Austin  Harmon 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Gains  Harmon 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Samuel  Hanes 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Felix  Anger 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Edward  Giffin 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Jeduthun  Hurd 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

John  Knight 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Phineas  Scott 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Benj.  Herwood 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Henry  Walbridge 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

David  Robinson  , 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.'8 

Amos  Fassett 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

William  Brush 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Jesse  Field 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Abraham  Branson 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Joseph  Willoughby,  Jr. 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Jonathan  Fisk 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Jone  [Tone]  Farr 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Benj.  Selden 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

David  Ellsworth 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

Stephen  Cleveland 

1.4 

30 

2 

12.8 

^24.  8.8 

Attest,  Isaac  Tichenor,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


425 


Pay  Table  Office,  Manchester,  April  18,  1783.  The  within  Pay 
Roll  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  to 
Isaac  Tichenor  or  order  the  sum  of  twenty-four  pounds  eight  shil- 
lings and  eight  pence.  John  Strong,  )  ^  . 

Time.  Brownson,   f  ^-ommittee. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  July  31,  1783.  Reed,  the  con- 
tents of  the  above  order,  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq.,  Treasurer. 

;,^24.8.8  Isaac  Tichenor. 


[821 


[  Three  Weeks  Mett,  Capt.  Par  melee  Allen's  Company'] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Three  Weeks'  Men  that  joined  Capt.  Parmelee 
Allen's  Company  from  Col.  Warner's  [Warren's]  Regiment  and 
Col.  Allen's  in  the  service  of  the  State  of  Vermont  in  1781. 


Names 

Entered 

Days 

Wages 
per  day 

Total 

Jabesh  Warren 

July  26 

22 

0.1.4 

1.  9.4 

Joseph  Squier 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Samuel  Thomas 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Winthrop  Graham 

22 

1.4 

1.  9.4 

James  Barnes 

22 

1.4 

1..9.4 

Thomas  Gilbert 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

John  Barber 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

John  Parish 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Jo^hn  Ballows 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

W™  Burroughs  [Boughrows] 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Simon  Francis 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Prosevet  Smith 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Robert  Stanton 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Asa  Strong 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

James  Underbill 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

Isaac  Marks 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

John  Horton  _ 

22 

1.4 

1.   9.4 

^24.18.8 

Attest,  Parmelee  Allen,  Captain. 

Arlington,    Nov.    26,    1781.      Then    appeared   Capt.    Parmelee 
Allen  and  made  oath  to  the  truth  of  the  above  roll. 

Before  me,  Thos.  Chittenden,  Governor. 


426 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783.  The  within  roll 
having  been  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  will  pay  the 
contents  of  the  same  to  Thomas  Tolman,  Esq.  Paymaster,  being 
the  sum  of  twenty-four  pounds  eighteen  shillings  and  eight  pence, 
lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt. 

Saml.  Bartlett,       \  ^        , 
Timo^  Brownson,  f 
Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  within  warrant. 
Oct.  2d,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


[238] 


[Capf.  Abraham   Under hilV s  Company'\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Abraham  Underhill's  Company  and  Col. 
Ira  Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia,  for  service  done  in  defense  of  the 
Frontiers  of  the  State  of  Vermont  in  the  Alarms  which  commenced 
the  12th,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Capt.  Abr.  Underbill 

20 

30 

7.   3.4 

Lt.  Richard  Deming  [Duning?" 

20 

90 

5.15.0 

En.  Ephraim  Reynolds 

20 

30 

4.15.0 

Sergt.  Philip  Matteson 

20 

30 

2.   1.8 

•'       George  Manley 

14 

60 

2.   2.2 

Dan  Kent 

14 

60 

2.  2.2 

Corpl.  Wm.  Manley 

6 

30 

0.18.9 

"       Joseph  Curtis 

20 

90 

2.19.2 

John  Farwell 

8 

30 

1.   0.8 

Reuben  Bloomer 

8 

30 

1.   0.8 

David  Barnham 

20 

90 

2.16.8 

Thos.   McCann 

24 

30 

2.   2.0 

Benj.  Matteson 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Erastus  Monsel 

24 

30 

2.   2.0 

Prince  Paddoclc 

24 

30 

2.   2.0 

Asa  Baldwin 

6 

30 

0.18.0 

Peter  Mclntyre 

6 

30 

0.18.0 

George  Gage 

6 

30 

0.18.0 

Ashbel  Barnham 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Silas  Reynolds 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

John  Gray 

10 

60 

1.13  4 

Thos.  Danton 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Jona.  Shearwood 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Asa  Farwell 

6 

30 

0.18.0 

Isaac  Farwell 

12 

60 

1.16.0 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


427 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

Cephas  Kent 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Samuel  Strong 

24 

30 

2.  2.0 

Henry  Allen 

16 

60 

2.  1.4 

Joseph  Ingal 

20 

90 

2.16.8 

Joseph  Mclntire 

6 

30 

0.18.0 

Jacob  Wilbur 

8 

30 

1.  0.8 

John  Gilbert 

8 

30 

1.  0.8 

Joseph  Sheldon 

10 

60 

1.13.4 

Laban  Cousins 

6 

30 

0.18.0 

Jonathan  Page 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Benj.  Barto 

6 

30 

0.18.8 

Jacob  Cousins 

6 

30 

0.18.8 

Isaac  Underbill 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Sylvanus  Sikes 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Titus  Sikes 

8 

30 

1.  0.8 

Joseph  Armstrong 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Joshua  Cousins,  Jr. 

6 

30 

0.18.0 

Charles  Collins 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Silas  Baldwin 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

Neh.  Higbee 

14 

60 

1.18.8 

John  Kent 

16 

30 

1.11.4 

Alex'  Kent 

8 

30 

1.  0.8 

Joseph  Larkins 

6 

30 

0.18.0 

James  Willcocks 

8 

30 

1.  0.8 

Joel  Frost 

8 

30 

1.  0.8 

Joshua  King 

7 

30 

0.19.4 

John  Manley,  Jr. 

8 

30 

1.  0.8 

John  Manley,  3rd 

6 

30 

0.18.8 

;^96.     1.3 

11th  June,  1781.     The  foregoing  Roll  examined  and  approved 

and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same,  which  is  ninety-six 

pounds  one  shillings  and  three  pence. 

Thos.  Chittenden,      )  r^^^^uf^^ 
^.       .,      „  r  Committee. 

Timothy  Brownson,  ) 

Date  above,   received  of   the  Treasurer  the  contents  of   the 
above  order.  Per  me, 

June  11,  1781.  Abraham  Underbill,  Capt. 


428 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


[236] 


\Capt. .Elijah  Galushas  Company\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Elijah  Galusha's  Company  in  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Regiment  on  the  alarm  in  August,  1781,  to  Saratoga. 


Names 

Days 

Amt. 
Wages 

Miles 

Amt. 
Travel 

Total 

Capt.  Elijah  Galusha 

4 

1.    6.8 

75 

1.5.0 

2.11.8 

En.  Benj.  Bartlett 

4 

0.17.0 

75 

1.5.0 

2.  2.0 

Corpl.  Jacob  Smith 

4 

6.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.11.4 

Sergt.  Benajah  Boardman 

4 

6.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.11.4 

Drum""  William  Anderson 

4 

5.8 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.8 

Fifer  Martin  Deming 

4 

5.8 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.8 

Jacob  Hinds 

4 

5.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.4 

James  Anderson 

4 

5.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.4 

Jona.   Butterfield 

4 

5.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.4 

Martin  Chittenden 

4 

5.4 

75 

3.5.0 

1.10.4 

Elijah  Wood 

4 

5.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.4 

Eli  Pettibone 

4 

5.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.4 

David  Fasset 

4 

5.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.4 

Adonirum  [Edoniram]  Burrit 

4 

5.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.4 

Brown 

4 

5.4 

75 

1.5.0 

1.10.4 

^24.10.8 

Arlington,  Nov.  27,  1781.  Personally  appears  Capt.  Elijah 
Galusha  and  makes  solemn  oath  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  just  and 
true.  Isaac  Tichenor,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  OfSce,  Sunderland,  Jan.  4,  1782.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  twenty-four 
pounds  ten  shillings  and  eight  pence. 

Elijah  Galusha,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


429 


[1611 


\Capt.  Nathan  Delano  s  Compatiy] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Nathan  Delano's  Company,  Col.  John 
Abbot's  Regiment  in  a  Regiment  of  Foot  of  the  State  of  Vermont, 
from  the  V^  day  of  August  to  the  4*^,  1781. 


Names 


Capt.  Nathan  Delano 
Lt.  Gershom  Odel 
En.  Rozel  Chapman 
Sergt.  Rob^  Hard 
Abraham  Chase 
John  Kicket 
Caleb  Whitford 
Corpl.  Artemas  Chase 
Peter  Boone 
Fifer  William  Powel 
Jacob  Roumfitt 
Coonrod  Ricket 
Nontice  O'Strander 
Abijah  Putnam 
Gary  Wells 
Richard  Powell 
Simeon  Banday 
David  Pearce 
Abraham  Chace,  Jr. 
Caleb  Parker 
Timothy  Wallis 
Henry  Brown 
Jacob  Brown 
Like  V.  Norman 
John  Dott,  Jr. 
William  Hunt 
Benajah  Bunday 
John  Patten 
David  Vallance 
Clark  Jonathan  Powel 


Miles 

Amt, 

Rations 

Days 

P--  day 

24 

0.8.0 

0.4.0 

3 

0.16.0 

24 

8. 

2.0 

3 

0.10.9 

24 

8. 

2.0 

3 

0.10.9 

24 

8. 

3 

0.   4.9 

24 

8. 

3 

0.   4.9 

24 

8. 

3 

0.   4.9 

24 

8. 

3 

0.   4.9 

24 

8. 

3 

0.   4.4 

24 

8. 

3  ■ 

0.   4.4 

24 

8. 

3 

0.   4.4 

24 

8. 

3 

0.   4.4 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

24 

8. 

3 

4. 

Total 

1.   8.0 

1.   0.9 

1.   0.9 

0.12.9 

0.12.9 

0.12.9 

0.12.9 

0.12.4 

0.12.4 

0.12.4 

0.12.4 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12. 

0.12.9 

;^19.18.3 


Nathan  Delano,  Capt. 

State  of  Vermont,  Sept.  13,  1781.     The  .within  Pay  Roll  sworn 
to  by  Capt.  Nathan  Delano.      Before  me, 

John  Strong,  Justice  of  Peace. 


430 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sept.  13,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  exam- 
ined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same 
to  Capt.  Delano  or  bearer,  it  being  nineteen  pounds  eighteen  shil- 
lings and  three  pence.  John  Strong,  )  p. 

Timo.  Brownson,    \  committee. 

Date  above,  received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order. 

;^19.18.3  Nathan  Delano,  Capt. 

[165]  [^Capt   Willia7n  Sharp's  Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  William  Sharp's  Company  for  two  days, 
belonging  to  Col.  John  Abbot's  Regiment. 


Amt. 
Milage 

Rations 

Names 

&  pay 
per  day 

Days 

Total 

William  Sharp,  Capt. 

13 

6.8 

2 

17.   8 

Geo.  Milliman  [Millimott],  Lt. 

13 

4.3 

2 

12.10 

William  Wallsworth,  En. 

13 

4.3 

2 

12.10 

Levi  Bersley,  Sergt. 

13 

1.7 

2 

7.   6 

Danl.  Hawley,  Corpl. 

13 

1.5 

2 

7.   2 

Saml.  Lathem 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Daniel  Earl  [Arl] 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Isaac  Hodges 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.-  0 

Moses  Vail  [Yail] 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Major  Haynes 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Cornelius  V.  Werner  [Vumer] 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Richard  Powel 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Gideon  Olmstead 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Elisha  Spalding 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

John  V.  Wanner 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Frederick  Cottes 

13 

1.4 

2 

7.  0 

Augt  7  &  8,  1781. 

^6.15.  0 

William  Sharp,  Capt. 
Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Feb.  24,  1784. 
The  within  roll  is  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  same,  being  six  pounds  fifteen  shillings  lawful  money  to 
Capt.  W"^  Sharp  or  bearer. 

Timo.  Brownson,  )    , 
Saml.  Bartlit,         f  ^°"^- 
Treasurer's  Office,  Bennington,   Feb.  25,   1784.     Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

yj6.15.0  William  Sharp,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


431 


[160] 


[Col.  John  Abbot  and  Officer s\ 


Col.    Abbot's  Pay  Roll  for  himself  and  the  Field  and  Staff 
Officers. 


Miles 

P' 

mile 

4d 
« 

P^ 

day 

Ea- 

tions 

P'  day 

Total 

Col.  John  Abbot 

Lt.  Col.  Benj.  Eandal 

Maj.  Joel  Abbot 

Adjt.  Rufus  Johnson 

Q.  M'  Samuel  Lues  [Lewis] 

24 
30 
24 
24 
24 

3^ 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3.4 

2.8 
2.8 
2.8 

2.8 

10. 
8. 
6.8 
6.8 
2. 

2.  8.0 
2.  2.0 
1.16.0 
1.14.0 
0.16.0 

i:8.16.0 

Test,  John  Abbot,  Col. 

State  of  Vermont,  Arlington,  Sept.  13,  1781.     The  above  roll 

examined  and  approved   and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 

same  to  Col.  John  Abbot,  or  bearer,  it  being  eight  pounds  sixteen 

shillings.  Timo.  Bronson,  )  r^^^:.^^^ 

^  T   u     Ci.  r  Committee. 

John  Strong,       ) 

Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order. 

^8.16.0  John  Abbot,  Col. 

[252  dupl  90]  \Capt.    Cyprian  Downer  s  Cotnpany] 

Capt.   Cyprian    Downer's   Company,   Shaftsbury,   1781.       Pay 
Roll  for  going  to  Saratoga  on  an  Expedition. 


Names 

Days 
2 

Miles 

For 
travel 

Pr  day 

Total 

Cyprean  Downer,  Capt. 

30 

0.10.0 

06.8 

1.   3.4 

Isaac  Andrus,        Lt. 

2 

30 

10. 

4.3 

18.6 

Benj.  Corey,           En. 

2 

30 

10. 

4.3 

18.6 

Thomas  King,        Sergt. 

2 

30 

10. 

1.7 

13.2 

Caleb  Olin 

2 

30 

10. 

1.4 

12.8 

Winslow  Perry 

2 

30 

10. 

1.4 

12.8 

Abner  Drinkwater 

4 

30 

10. 

1.4 

15.4 

John  Stanley 

2 

30 

10. 

1.4 

12.8 

William  Parlcer 

2 

30 

10. 

1.4"^ 

12.8 

Samuel  Matteson 

2 

30 

10. 

1.4jt 

12.8 

Total 


^7.12.2 


Attest,  Cyprean  Downer,  Capt. 


432 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Pay  Office,  Bennington,  Jan.  14,  1782.  The  Treasurer  is 
hereby  directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  Cyprian  Downer,  or  order,  the 
sum  of  seven  pounds  twelve  shillings  and  two  pence  as  per  the 
within  account.  Isaac  Tichenor,    |  ^      _.., 

Nathl.   Brush,      \  Committee. 

Reed.  13th  of  May,  1782,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the 
above  order. 

^7.12.2  Cyprian  Downer. 

[83]  [Capf.  Jesse  Safford's  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Jesse  Safford's  Company  of  Militia  for 
service  in  the  Alarm,  Aug.  10,  1781,  at  the  request  of  Capt.  John 
Benjamin. 


Names 


Jesse  Safford,  Capt. 
Abisha  Sampson 
George  Thomas,  Sergt. 
Seth  Washburn,  Sergt. 
Conf«  Fuller,  Corp. 
Nathan  Rowland 
Elias  Thomas 
Joseph  Churchill 
Jabez  Bennett 
William  Bennett 
Timothy  Cox 
Phineas  Williams 
Abel  Emmons 
John  Sanderson 
Sam).  Matthews 
Chellis  Safford 
Andrew  Thomas 
Nathan  Rust 
Isaac  Hoisington 
Bliss  Hoisington 
William  Smith 
Jonas  Matthews 
Jonas  Washburn 
Joseph  Hawkins 
John  Rolles 
Nathl.  Tinkham 
Gains  Paddock 
Moses  Kimball 
Nathan  Fletcher 


Com- 
mence' 
pay 

of  Miles 

Days 

Pay 

per 
day 

When  dis- 
charged 

Au 

f  \ 

0      15 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
1 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

6/8 
4/3 
1/2 
1/2 
1/5 
1/4 

Au 

< 

g-  1 

1 

Total 


0.18.  4 

13.  6 

0.  2 

0.  2 
7.10 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 

7.  8 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


433 


Names 

Com- 
mence' of 
pay 

Miles 

Days 

Pay 

per 
day 

When  dis- 
charged 

Total 

Perez  Wood 
Simon  Davis 
Elijah  Bale  [Bailey] 
Phineas  Davis 

Aug-.  10 

( (     ( ( 
1  (     <  i 

lo' 

4 
4 
4 
4 

Aug.  11 
It       li 

1  (      (I 

(  i           u 

7.   8 
7.  8 
7.   8 
7.   8 

^13  0.   8 

Pay  Table  Office,  Charlestown,  Oct.  25,  1781. 
The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is 
directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt.  Jesse  Safford  or  bearer,  it  being 
thirteen  pounds  and  eight  pence. 

Timothy  Brownson,    )  p^^^:..^^ 
John  Strong,  f  Committee. 

Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order. 

i;i3.0.8  Jesse  Safford. 


[65] 


[Ensign  Elisha  Partridge  and Men\ 


A  Pay  Roll  for  service  done  by  men  under  the  command  of 
Ensign  Elisha  Partridge,  in  pursuance  of  Brig.  Gen.  Olcott's  orders 
on  the  llt"^  day  of  Aug.  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 

Total 

Ensign  Elisha  Partridge 

3 

0.10.11 

20 

0.19.   5 

Sergt.  Elias  Newton 

4.   9 

20 

11.   5 

"       John  Wright 

4.   9 

20 

11.  5 

Corpl.  Elijah  Tracy 

4.   4^ 

20 

10.11^ 

"       Henry  Burton   - 

4.   4^^ 

20 

10.11>^ 

Nathl.  Brown 

4.   0 

20 

10.   8 

Stephen  Knowlton 

4.   0 

20 

10.  8 

Cyprian  Morgan 

4.   0 

20 

10.   8 

John  Spear 

4.  0 

20 

10.  8 

Jerome  Hutchinson 

4.   0 

20 

10.  8 

Simon  Stimpson 

4.   0 

20 

10.  8 

Danl.  Kinney 

4.   0 

20 

10.   8 

Jonas  Richards 

4.   0 

20 

10.  8 

[28] 


434 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Names 


Isaac  Partridge 
Elias  Partridge 
Philip  Smith 
Solomon  Curtis 
Job  Pigsley 
Martin  Brown 
John  Lewis 


Days 


Wages 
due 


4.  0 

4.  0 

4.  0 

4.  0 

4.  0 

4.  0 

4.  0 


Miles 


Total 


20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 


10. 

8 

10. 

8 

10. 

8 

10. 

8 

10. 

8 

10. 

8 

10. 

8 

/:nA. 

3 

The  above  is  a  true  pay  roll. 


Test, 

Elisha  Partridge,  Ensign. 


State  of  Vermont,  Washington  ss.  Came  personally  the  above 
named  Ensign  Elisha  Partridge  and  made  solemn  oath  to  the  truth 
of  the  above  pay  roll.  Benj.  Emmons,  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Charlestown,  19'^  Oct.  1781.  The  within 
pay  roll  examined  and  approved  at  eleven  pounds  four  shillings 
and  two  pence,  and  the  Tieasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Ensign  Elisha  Partridge  or  bearer. 

Time.  Brownson,    \  p 
Isaac  Tichenor,       j 

Treasurer's  Office,  Oct.  27,  1781.  Reed  of  Ira  Allen,  Treas- 
urer, the  contents  of  this  order. 

;^11.4.2  Abel  Curtis. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


435 


[91] 


\^Prisoners'  Guard  under  Sergt.  Matthew  Scott'\ 


Pay  Roll  of  a  party  of  Men  raised  for  twelve  days  as  a  guard 
to  the  prisoners  in  confinement  at  Bennington,  commencing  the 
21^*  August  and  ending  the  1'*  September,  1781. 


Names  and  Rank 

Days  in 

Pay  per 
day 

Amount 

service 

Matthew  Scott,      Serg* 

12 

0.1. 7i 

0.19.21 

Samuel  Standish,     do 

12 

0.1. 7i 

0.19.21 

Levi  Morgan,  Corporal 

12 

0.1. 5i 

0.17.7* 

James  Cadwell,     do 

12 

0.1.51 

0.17.7i 

Zerah  Scott,  Private 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Richard  Wheet 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Peter  Lawrence 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Jesse  Jackson 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Job  Burleson 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Silas  Pratt 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Caleb  Hulburd 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Spaman  Badcock 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Joseph  Condon 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

William  Henry,  Jr. 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Samuel  Mathersou 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Daniel  Smith 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Frederick  Weaver 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Ehsha  Field 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

Aaron  Clark 

12 

0.1.4 

0.16.0 

;^15.13.7i 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sept.  24,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Matthew  Scott,  sargeant,  or  bearer,  being  fifteen  pounds,  thirteen 
shillings  and  seven  pence.  John  Fassett,  )  Pomee 

^15.13.7  Timo.  Brownson,  j  ^ 

Received  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

Pr  me,         Matthew  Scott. 


436 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[187] 


l^Frisoners'   Guard  under  Sergt.    Samuel  Standis/i\ 


A  Pay  Roll  for  the  Guard  raised  by  order  from  His  Excellency 
Thomas  Chittenden,  Esq.,  Captain  General,  for  guarding-  the 
Prisoners.  Howard  and  his  party,  four  days  at  Bennington,  and 
from  there  to  Skeensboro'  Sept.  13,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Pr 

day 

Am' 
wages 

Miles 

Pr 

mile 

Mileage 

Total 

Samuel  StandiBh,  Sergt. 

13 

1.7 

0.19.0 

60 

4" 

1.  0.0 

1.19.0' 

George  Parker,  Corpl, 

10 

1.5 

14.3 

60 

4 

1.  0.0 

1.14.3 

Draper  Runnals 

10 

1.4 

18.4 

60 

4 

1.  0.0 

1.13.4 

Lem'  Scott 

10 

1.4 

13.4 

60 

4 

1.  0.0 

1.13.4 

Isaac  Oakes 

5 

1.4 

6.8 

60 

4 

1.  0.0 

1.  6.8 

Josiah  Safford 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

40 

4 

0.13.4 

18.8 

Nath'  Turner 

2 

1.4 

2.8 

15 

4 

0.  5.0 

7.8- 

Thomas  Grreen 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

5.4 

Daniel  Kinsley 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

5.4r 

Peter  Buck 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

5.4 

John  Sheldon 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

5.4r 

Joseph  Burlinson 

4 

1.4 

5.4 

5.4 

;^10.19.& 

Sam'  Standish,  Serg' 

Bennington,  Sept.  17,  1782.  These  certify  that  the  men  were 
in  service  as  mentioned  in  this  Roll. 

P""  me,  Sam'  Robinson,  Lt.  Col. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  24*'"  Sept.  1782.  The  within- 
pay  roll  being  examined  and  approved,  ihe  Treasurer  is  hereby 
directed  to  pay  unto  Serg*^  Samuel  Standish,  or  his  order,  the  sum 
of  ten  pounds  nineteen  shillings  and  six  pence. 

Nath'   Brush, 

Tim°   Brownson, 


Committee. 


Treasurer's  OfSce,   Sunderland,   Nov.   12,   1782.     Rec^  of  Ira 
Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  within  order. 

Sam'  Standish. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


437 


t56j 


[Capf.  Joseph  Safford's  Company\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Joseph  Safford's  Company  raised  for  three 
weeks  to  guard  the  inhabitants  of  White  Creek,  commencing  the 
^th  Aug''  and  ending  the  9th  September,  inclusive,  1781. 


Names  and  Rank 


Capt.  Joseph  Safford 

Serg'  Stephen  Holmes 
"  Silas  Walbridge 
"  Caleb  Whitford 
"      Francis  Horth 

Corp'  Benoni  Reynolds 
"      Jas.  Thompson 

Jos.  Lues 

John  Reynolds 

Benajah  Wells 

Tuttle  Cheever 

Azariah  Briggs 

Saml.  Thompson 

Joshua  Pratt 

Timo.  Allen 

Benj.  Parks 

Saml.  Lamfier 

John  Dennis 

Cyrus  Brown 

Garrit  Lake 

Silas  Brown 

Saml.  Bashman 

"Wm.  Strong 

Philip  W^arner 

Wason  Caldwell 

David  Henderson 

Philip  Bartholomew 

Nathl.  Palmer 

George  Fowler 

Andrew  Simpson 


No._ 
days  in 
service 


32 
22 
22 
22 
21 
21 
21 
22 
21 
21 
21 
23 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
23 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
5 


Wages 
and  ra- 
tions per 
day 


0.6.8 
1 


7^ 

'4 


1. 

1.7| 
1.5| 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


1.4 
1.4 
1.4 
1.4 


Amount 
of  wages 
&  rations 

Miles 
travel 

10.  2.  8 

38 

14.10 

38 

14.10 

38 

13.   6 

32 

13.   6 

38 

9.   9 

21 

9.   9 

32 

9.   4 

38 

8.  0 

22 

8.  0 

33 

8.  0 

45 

10.  8 

13 

8.  0 

38 

8.  0 

38 

8.  0 

33 

8.  0 

38 

8.  0 

33 

10.  8 

32 

8.  0 

33 

8.  0 

41 

8.  0 

41 

8.  0 

22 

•J 

8.  0 

22 

8.  0 

22 

8.  0 

8.  0 

33 

8.  0 

38 

8.  0 

0 

14.  8 

0 

6.  8 

Amt.   wages, 

rations  & 

travel 


11.  6.  0 
2.  7. Hi 

2.  7. Hi 
2.  7.  4i 
2.  6.  4A 
1.17.  7i 


2.  1 
2.  2 
1.15 

1.19.  0 

1.  8.  0 

2.  5.  8 
1.12.  4 
2.  0.  8 
2,  0.  8 
1.19.  0 
2.  0.  8 
2.   1.  8 

1.18.  8 
2.  0.  8 
2.  1.  8 
2.  1.  8 
1.15.  4 
1.15.  4 
1.15.  4 

1.  8.  0 

1.19.  0 

2.  0.  8 
0.14.  8 
0.  6.  8 


3^ 

0 

4 


In  number  30. 
Attest. 


.  ;^65.14.  2| 
Jos.  Safford,  Capt. 


State  of  Vermont. 

Arlington,  ss.  Sept.  12,  1781.  Capt.  Joseph  Safford  appear- 
ing personally  made  oath  that  the  within  roll  is  just  and  true 
without  fraud  to  the  public  or  any  individual  and  according  to  his 
best  knowledge. 

Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


438 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  21,  1783.  The  within 
roll  having  been  examined  and  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  will  pay 
the  contents  of  the  same  to  Thos.  Tolman  Esq.,  Paymaster,  being 
the  sum  of  sixty-five  pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  two  pence  half 
penny,  lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt. 

Saml.  Bartlit, 

Timo.  Brownson, 


a 


Committee. 


Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  this  warrant. 
Oct.  2,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


[23] 


l^Capt.  Elijah  Galusha's  Company  {party] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  part  of  Capt.  Elijah  Galusha's  Company  that 
went  into  Windham  County  to  assist  the  Sheriff  in  taking  a  num- 
ber of  prisoners  in  September  last,     Arlington,  24th  Oct.  1781. 


Days  in 

Pay  per 

Miles 

Pay  per 

Amount 

Names  and  Rank 

service 

day 

travel 

mile 

of  pay 

Elijah  Galusha,  Capt. 

5 

6/8 

52 

4d 

2.10.8 

Benj.  Bartlett,   En° 

, 

4/8 

<  t                     '                4 

1.18.7 

Saml.  Horsford.Sergt. 

V 

(( 

1.17.4 

Joel  Leonard,  Corpl. 

4/ 

t  ( 

1.17.4 

Martin  Deming 

V 

(  1 

1.17.4 

John  Adams 

V 

(( 

1.17.4 

Martin  Chittenden 

V 

(  ( 

1.17.4 

Jarel  Palmer 

V 

1  ( 

1.17.4 

Adoniram  Burritt 

4/ 

(( 

1.17.4 

Zadock  Hawley 

V 

i  I 

1.17.4 

Hull  Wallis 

V 

t< 

1.17.4 

Amos  Hawley 

V 

(( 

1.17.4 

Daniel  Stearns 

V 

I  ( 

1.17.4 

Simon  Toll 

V 

(  t 

1.17.4 

Robert  Buck 

V 

(  ( 

1.17.4 

George  Young 

4/ 

»< 

1.17.4 

Moses  Knap 

4/ 

(  1 

1.17.4 

James  Squire 

4/ 

1  ( 

1.17.4 

^34  6.7 

Elijah  Galusha,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


439 


29th  Oct.  1782.  Then  personally  appeared  Capt.  Elijah 
Galusha  and  made  oath  to  the  justice  of  the  above  charge,  accord- 
ing to  the  best  of  his  knowledge.     Before  me, 

Thos.  Chittenden,  Gov^ 

Pay  Table  Office,  Dec.  23'^  1782.  The  within  pay  roll  exam- 
ined and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same, 
to  Capt.  Elijah  Galusha  or  bearer,  it  being  ;^34.6.7. 

John  Strong,  )  ^^^^e 

Timo.  Brownson,  f 

Rec'd  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer  (Arlington,  Dec.  27,  1782)  Thirty- 
four  pound  six  shillings  and  seven  pence  lawful  m^  in  full  of 
the  within.  Elijah  Galusha. 

[166]  [Governor  Chittenden  s  Life  Guard^ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  his  Excellency  Governor  Chittenden's  Life 
Guard,  entering  service  the  17*''  August,  1781  and  continuing  in 
service  until  the  17*^  of  September,  1781. 


Names 

Miles 

Wages 

Sarg*  Jacob  Hinds 

1 

2.   8.0 

Corpi  Eij  Pettibone 

1 

2.   4.0 

Jona.  Butterfield 

1 

2.   0.0 

Martin  Deming 

1 

2.   0.0 

Sylvester  Deming 

1 

2.   0.0 

Martin  Chittenden 

1 

2.   0.0 

Joel  Leonard 

1 

2.   0.0 

Eben""  Barns 

1 

2.   0.0 

John  Davison 

1 

2.   0.0 

Levi  Brown 

1 

2.   0.0 

Ichabod  Bartlit 

1 

2.   0.0 

Abel  Davis 

1 

2.   0.0 

William  Atwater 

1 

2.   0.0 

Amasa  Pettibone 

1 

2.   0.0 

;^28.12.0 

Elijah  Galusha,  Capt. 


440 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


State  of  Vermont,  Arlington,  Sept.  28,  1781.  The  within  roll 
sworn  to  by  Capt.  Elijah  Galusha.     Before  me, 

John  Fasset,  Jr.  Asst. 

Pay  Table  Office,  date  above,  the  within  roll  examined  and 
approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
Elijah  Galusha  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  twenty-eight  pounds 
twelve  shillings.  Tim°    Brownson,     )  p 

John  Fassett,  j"  '-o^'^ittee. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Oct.  5,  1781.  Reed,  of  L  Allen,  Treasurer, 
the  contents  of  this  order.  Elijah  Galusha. 


[79] 


[^Governor  Chittenden's  Life  Guard'\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  His  Excellency  Governor  Chittenden's  Life 
Guard,  entering  service  the  18*"^  Sept.  1781  and  continuing  in  ser- 
vice until  the  8*''  of  Oct.  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Pay 

Total 

Sergt.  Levi  Hill 
Joel  Leonard 
Amos   Pettibone 
John  Davison 
Stephen  Davison 
W"  Anderson 

20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

0.   3.   2 
2.   8 
2.   8 
2.   8 
2.   8 
2.   8 

3.   4.   0 
2.13.   4 
2.13.   4 
2.13.   4 
2.13.   4 
2.13.   4 

^16.10.   8 

Elijah  Galusha,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  9,  1781.  The  within  roll  examined  and 
approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Serg'  Levi  Hill  or  bearer,  being  sixteen  pounds  ten  shillings  and 
eight  pence.  John  Fassett, 

Timo^  Brownson. 


Committee. 


Date  above  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order. 

;^16.10.8  Levi  Hill,  Sergt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


441 


[85] 


[^Capt.  Ebenezer  Parkhursfs  Company\ 


Pay  Roll  for  a  company  under  the  command  of  Capt.  Eben'" 
Parkhurst.     1781. 


Days 

Pay 

Total 

Eben^  Parkhurst,  Capt. 

2 

0.6.8 

0.13.4 

Daniel  Gilbert,  Lt. 

4.3 

8.6 

John  Walbridge,  En. 

4.3 

8.6 

Josiah  Wheeler,      Sergt. 

2.3 

4.6 

Wright  Spalding, 

2.3 

4.6 

Larkin  Hunter,           " 

2.3 

4.6 

Aaron  Mosher,            " 

2.3 

4.6 

Zacheus  Downer,    Clerk 

2.3 

4.6 

James  Marsh,           Corpl. 

2.1 

4.3 

Reuben  Parkhurst,     " 

2.1 

4.3 

Joel  Marsh 

2. 

4.0 

Saml.  Ladd 

2. 

4. 

Matthew  Harington 

2. 

4. 

Jason  Downer 

2. 

4. 

Pardon  Moscher 

2. 

4. 

Simeon  How 

2. 

4. 

Jonathan  How 

2. 

4. 

Leml.  Parkhurst 

2. 

4. 

John.  Lovejoy 

2. 

4. 

Nehemiah  Lovejoy 

2. 

4. 

Moses  Shepard 

2. 

4. 

Asahel  Spalding 

2. 

0.   4.0 

£h.   9.4 

The  above  Pay  Roll  is  for  service  done  in  the  alarm  the  7th 
day  of  October,  A.   D.  1781,  by  orders  from  Brig.  Genl.  Olcott. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Oct.  24,  1781.  The  within  pay  roll  examined 
and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to  Capt. 
Eben'^  Parkhurst  or  bearer,  it  being  five  pounds  nine  shillings  and 
four  pence.  Timo.  Brownson,    1 

Thos.  Chandler,      \  Com«« 
John  Strong,  j 

Date  above,  reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above 
order  in  behalf  of  Capt.  Eben'  Parkhurst.  Joel  Marsh. 


442 


STATE  OF  VERMONT 


[150] 


\Capt.  Timothy  Bush  and  Men] 


A  Pay  Roll  for  service  done  by  order  of  Brigadier-General 
Olcott  in  pursuing  after  and  taking  up  two  transient  persons,  sup- 
posed to  be  inimical  to  their  country. 


Names 

Days 

Wages 
due 

Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Capt.  Timothy  Bush 
En.  Nathl.  Seaver 
Peter  Thacher 
John  Powell 
Isaac  Chamberlin 

1 
2 
2 
1 
1 

0.5.4 
0.7.2 
0.2.0 
0.1.4 
0.1.4 

10 
20 
21 
14 
14 

3.4 
6.0 
7.0 
4.0 
4.0 

8.  8 
13.10 
7.  0 
6.  0 
6.  0 

£%.  1.   6 

Pay  Table  Office,  Charlestown,  Oct.  20,  1781. 
The  within  pay  roll  examined  and  approved  at  two  pounds  one 
shilling  and  .six  pence  and  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 
the  same  unto  Capt.  Timo.  Bush  or  bearer. 

Timo.   Brownson,  )  p^j^ee 
Isaac  Tichenor,      f 

Treasurer's  Office,  Oct.  27,  1781.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer, 
the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

p^2.1.6  Abel  Curtis. 

[261]  [Capt.  John  Coffeen  and  Company  (part)] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  part  of  Capt.  John  Coffeen's  Company  of  Militia 
for  services  done  in  taking  up  sundry  persons,  enemies  to  this 
state,  on  their  way  to  Canada  in  Oct.  7,  1781,  who  found,  them- 
selves rations. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Total 

John  Coffeen,  Capt. 
Isaac  Baldwin,  Sergt. 
Abbot  Roby 
Abel  Baldwin 
Michael  Coffeen 
Eben""  Stone 
Eli  Gilbert 
Enos  Gilbert 

2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

Total 

0.  4.   8 
6.    » 
6.   0 
6.   0 
6.   0 
6.   0 
6.   0 
6.   0 

^2.17.   5 

Attest,  John  Coffeen,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR  ROLLS 


443 


Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  27tli  Feb^  1783.  The  within 
Pay  Roll  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to 
pay  unto  Capt.  John  Coffeen  the  sum  of  two  pounds  seventeen 
shillings  and  five  pence,  lawful  money. 

Nathl.  Brush,  )  ^ 

Timo.  Brownson,    f  ^°^ 

Treasurer's  Office,  March  8,  1787.  Reed,  the  above  account  in 
full  in  State  note. 

;i^3.17.5  John  Coffeen,  Capt. 


[346] 


[Scouf  under  Lieut.  Frederick  Smit/i] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  a  Scout  of  Capt.  John  Powell's  Company  of 
Militia,  ordered  out  by  Gen.  Peter  Olcott  and  commanded  by  Lt. 
Frederick  Smith. 


Names 

Days 

Pr 

day 

Amt. 
pay 

Pr 

mile 

Milage 

Miles 

Total 

Lt.  Frederick  Smith 
Eliphalet  Bean 
Elisha  Norton 

4 

4 
4 

1.7 
1.4 
1.4 

14.4 
5.4 
5.4 

4d 

4 
4 

13.4 
13.4 
13.4 

40 
40 
40 

1.  7.4 
0.18.8 
0.18.8 

£■6.  4.8 

John  Powell,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Charleston,  Oct.  30.  1781.  The  within  ac- 
count being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to 
pay  the  within  to  the  amount  of  three  pounds  four  shillings  and 

eight  pence.  Isaac  Tichenor,      )  r^ 

°      ^  rry-  -D  c  Committee. 

limo.  Brownson,  ) 


Reed,  of  I.  Allen  in  full. 
June  30,  1783. 


John  Powell. 


444 


STATE   OF   VERMONT 


[344,  see  next  roll]  \Capt.  Charles  Nelsons  Company\ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Charles  Nelson's  Company  in  Col.  Benj. 
Waits'  Battalion  from  the  1st  day  of  July,  1781,  to  the  commence- 
ment of  another  certain  roll  of  the  said  company  for  the  said  year 
A.  D.  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Pr  day 

Total 

Charles  Nelson,  Capt. 

70 

6.8 

30.  0.  0 

David  Currier,  Lt. 

73 

4.3 

15.11.   4^i 

Gershom  York,    " 

73 

4.3 

15.11.   4^ 

Stephen  Fisk,     Sergt. 

73 

5.16.   8^ 

William  Sloan, 

73 

5.16.   8^ 

Isaac  Woolson,       " 

73 

5.16.   8^ 

Moses  Warren,       " 

73 

5.16.   8^ 

Stephen  Chapman,   Corpl. 

73 

5.   7.   2>^ 

John  Seargeants,          " 

75 

5.10\   1>4 

Wm   Lathrop,                " 

73 

5.   7.   2>^ 

Ezekiel  Roaks, 

73 

5.  7.  ly. 

Asahel  Packard,  Dr"" 

73 

5.   7.   "lYz 

Theophilus  Clark,  fifer 

73 

5.   7.   23^ 

Christopher  Carey 

73 

1.4 

4.17.   4 

Daniel  Hovey 

73 

4.17.   4 

David  Read 

73 

4.17.   4 

Uriah  Howard 

73 

4.17.   4 

Benj.  Howard 

73 

4.17.   4 

Darius  Howard 

73 

4.17.   4 

Solomon  Howard 

73 

4.17.   4 

Eliada  Brown 

73 

4.17.    4 

Elijah  Wright 

73 

4.17.   4 

Salmon  Do  we 

73 

4.17.    4 

Benj.  Smith 

73 

4.17.  4 

Leml.  Laddington 

73 

4.17.  4 

Daniel  Jacobs 

73 

4.17.   4 

Nathl.  Ketchura 

73 

4.17.   4 

Oliver  Root 

73 

4.17.   4 

Edmund  Freeman 

73 

4.17.   4 

Enoch  Bowen 

73 

4.17.  4 

Benj.  Stone 

73 

4.17.   4 

Jona.   Davis 

73 

4.17.  4 

David  Colborne 

73 

4.17.  4 

Jathleel  Peck 

73 

4.17.  4 

Jeptha  Sharp 

73 

4.17.  4 

REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


445 


Names 


Samson  Howe 
Stewart  Howe 
Joseph  Howe 
Nathl.  Robinson 
Squire  Wilson 
John  Wilcox 
Job  Williams 
Bryant  Brown 
Nathan  Brown 
Andrew  Spalding 
Abel  Spalding 
Ammi  Currier 
Jona.  Stickney 
Saml.  Bates 
Samuel  Rich 
Ethan  Clark 
Elias  Buckman 
Enos  Cotter 
Comfort  Towner 
Danl.  Roaks 
Aaron  Whipple 
Solomon  Mann 
Comfort  Ames 


Days 


Pr  day 


73 

1.4 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

■  4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

75 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

73 

4.17.  4 

15 

1.  0.  0 

15 

1.  0.  0 

Total 


;^328.   7.10J4 


Windsor,  June  18,  1782.  Attest,  Charles  Nelson. 

Windsor,  ss.  June  19,  1782.  Capt.  Charles  Nelson  appears 
before  me  and  makes  solemn  oath  that  the  within  pay  roll  is  made 
■without  fraud  to  the  public  or  injustice  to  any  individual. 

John  Barrett,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Aug.  18,  1783.  The  within 
pay  roil  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to 
pay  the  contents  of  the  same  to  Thos.  Tolman  Esq.  Paymaster, 
being  the  sum  of  three  hundred  and  twenty-eight  pounds  seven 
shillings  and  ten  pence  half  penny,  lawful  money,  taking  his  receipt 
to  be  accountable.  Timo.  Brownson,    )  Committee. 

Saml.   Bartlit,  J 

Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  warrant. 
Oct.  2,  1784.  Thos.  Tolman,  Paymaster. 


446 


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[41]  \Capt.    Thomas  Barney's  Company^ 

A  Fay  Roll  of  Capt."  Thomas  Barney's  Company  in  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  the  State  in  the 
alarm  on  the  21st  day  of  October,  1781. 


Namks  and  Eank 


Capt.  Tlios.  Barney 
Lt.  Jno.  White 
Ensign  Danl.  Purdy 
Christopher  Roberts,  Clk. 
Sergt.  Trum"  Powell 
Jer.  Wait 

"       John  Roberts 
D™  Ros.  Francis 
Fifr.  Truman  Mead 
Corpl.  Jona.  Ormsby 

"      Elijah  Burton 

"      Philip  Mead 

"      Thos.  Wait 
Asahel  Sawyer 
Josiah  Sheldon 
Minor  Hilyard 
Danl.  Ormsby 
Martin  Barber 
W™  Bennett 
Eufus  Munson 
David  Purdy 
Aaron  Ma-son 
Joel  Rose 
Danl.  Champion 
Oliver  Hanchet 
Geo.  Olds 
Saml.  Hull 
Danl.  Baker 
Warner  Bostwick 
Jacob  Wheeler 
Danl.    Arnold 
Benj.  Purdy 
Benj.   Roberts 
Jas.  Hennen 
Waterman  Ells 
Jared  Boorne 
Nathl.  Boorne 
Edmund  Wood 
Orra  Rose 
Elijah  Smith 
James  Stephens 
Eben^  Clark 
Nathl.  Bostwick 
Nich'  Wood 
Reuben  Purdy 


When 

Wages 
per  day 

Days 

No. 

Trav- 

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in  ser- 

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Total 

service 

vice 

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Oct.  21 

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[29J 


Thos.  Barney,  Capt. 


450 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Arlington,   Nov.  28,   1781.       Personally   appears    Capt.    Thos. 

Barney  and  makes  solemn  oath  that  the  within  pay  roll  is  just  and 

true.  Isaac  Tichenor,  justice  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  )       The   within  pay  roll,   being  ex- 

Arlington,  Nov.  28,  1781    i"  amined     and    approved,    and    the 

Treasurer  is  directed   to  pay  the  same  to  the  amount  of   seventy 

pounds  thirteen  shillings  seven  pence. 

^70.13.7  Isaac  Tichenor,     )  ^^^,, 

Timo.  Brownson,  f 

Treasurer's  Office,  Dec.  6,  1781.  Reed  of  the  Treasurer  the 
contents  of  the  above  order.  Thos.  Barney,  Capt" 

[248]  yCapt.  Eli  Brozvnson's  Company] 

Pay  Roll  of  part  of  Capt.  Eli  Brownson's  Company,  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  that  marched  to  Castleton,  Oct.  20, 
1781. 


Pr 

Amt. 

Amt. 

.Names 

Days 

day 

wages 

Miles 

travel 

Total 

Eli  Brownson.  Capt. 

18 

0.6.8 

4.  6.8 

50 

0.16.8 

5.  3.4 

Samuel  Hoit,  Lt. 

14 

4.3 

2.19.6 

45 

15.0 

3.14.6 

Saml.  Bradley,  En. 

11 

4.3 

2.   0.9 

45 

15.0 

3.   1.9 

Robert  Averill,  Sergt. 

11 

1.7 

0.17.5 

45 

15.0 

1.12.5 

Judah  Evarts,         " 

11 

1.7 

0.17.5 

45 

15.0 

1.12.5 

Jesse  Chipman,      " 

14 

1.7 

0.19.7 

45 

15.0 

1.17.2 

Eber  Bradley,  Fifer 

11 

1.5^ 

0.16.0^ 

45 

15.0 

1.11.0^ 

Benj.  Scranton,  Corp' 

14 

1.5^ 

0.  0.3^ 

45 

15.0 

1.15.5^ 

Joel  Brownson,     '* 

13 

1.5| 

0.18.7 

50 

16.8 

1.15.1 

Elista  Bartlet,       " 

8 

1.5i 

0.11.8 

50 

16.8 

1.  8.4 

Joseph  Averill,     " 

11 

1.5^ 

0.16.0^ 

45 

15.0 

1.10.0^ 

Saml.  Barrett 

11 

1.4 

0.14.7 

45 

15.0 

1.  9.8 

John  Taylor 

11 

1.4 

0.14.7 

45 

15.0 

1.  9.8 

Eish  Bartlet 

16 

1.4 

1.    1.4 

50 

16.8 

1.18.0 

Eli  Judson 

23 

1.4 

1.10.8 

45 

15.0 

2.  5.8 

Benj.  Lewis 

16 

1.4 

1.   1.4 

50 

16.8 

1.18.0 

Stilman  Bradley 

23 

1.4 

1.10.8 

45 

15.0 

2.   5.8 

James  Evarts 

11 

1.4 

0.14.7 

45 

15.0 

1.  9.8 

Daniel  Barber 

14 

1,4 

0.18.8 

45 

15.0 

1.13.8 

Edw.  Harrison 

13 

1.4 

0.17.4 

50 

16.8 

1.14.0 

Reuben  Lee 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

45 

15.0 

2.   1.8 

Benj.  Bradley 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

45 

15.0 

2.   1.8 

Zenas  Bradley 

14 

1.4 

0.18.8 

45 

15.0 

1.13.8 

Daniel  Meigs 

23 

1.4 

1.10.8 

45 

15.0 

2.  5.8 

David  Weldon 

14 

1.4 

0.18.8 

45 

15.0 

1.13.8 

Ammi  Chipman 

20 

1.4 

1.  6.8 

45 

15.0 

2.   1.8 

Seymour  Bradley 

14 

1.4 

0.18.8 

45 

15.0 

1.13.8 

Jesse  Welden 

2 

1.4 

0.  2.8 

5 

1.8 

0.  4.4 

Amos  Chipman 

2 

1.4 

0.  2.8 

5 

1.8 

0.   4.4 

Benj.  Searl 

2 

1.4 

0.   2.8 

5 

1.8 

0.   4.4 

i:  55. 11. 8 

Eli  Brownson 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


451 


Pay  Table  Office,  Jan.  7,  1782.  The  within  Pay  Roll  examined 
and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  Eli 
Brownson  or  bearer,  being  the  sum  of  fifty-five  pounds  eleven 
shillings  and  eight  pence.  Isaac  Tichenor, 

Timo.  Brownson 


.\ 


Committee. 
1782.       Reed,    the 


Treasurer's    Office,    Sunderland,    Jan.    28, 
contents  of  the  above  order  of  the  Treasurer. 

^55  11.8  Eli  Brownson,  Capt 


[255] 


[Capt  Thomas  BulVs   Company\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Thomas  Bull's  Company  in  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia,  for  service  done  the  State  of  Vermont 
on  alarm  to  the  Northward,  October  21st,  1781. 


Natvtes 

Days 

Pr  day 

Miles 

Amt.  of 
wages 

Total 

Capt,  Thomas  Bull 

15 

0.6.8 

40 

5.  0.  0 

5.13.4 

Lt.  Jeremiah  Whelpley 

5 

4.3 

00 

1.   1.3 

En.  Stephen  Washburn 

11 

4.3 

40 

3.  0.1 

Sergt.  John  Smith 

11 

1.71 

40 

17. 10^ 

1.11.2^ 

"       Thaddeus  Harris 

11 

1.7i 

40 

17.10^ 

1.11.2^ 

Ashley  Goodrich 

8 

1.4 

40 

10.  8 

1.  4.0 

Abel  Phelps 

9 

1.4 

40 

12.  0 

1.  5.4 

George  Smith 

11 

1.4 

40 

14.  8 

1.  8.0 

Barnabas  Hatch 

11 

1.4 

40 

14.  8 

1.  8.0 

Thaddeus  Munson 

11 

1.4 

40 

14.  8 

1.  8.0 

Beuben  Baker 

11 

1.4 

40 

14.  8 

1.  8.0 

Robert  Anderson 

11 

1.4 

40 

14.  8 

1.  8.0 

Bernard 

11 

1.4 

40 

14.  8 

1.13.4 

Vasal  Dickinson 

15 

1.4 

40 

14.  8 

1.  8.0 

Richard  Hennesey 

11 

.1.4 

40 

14.   8 

1.  5.4 

Andrew  Richardson 

9 

1.4 

40 

12.  0 

1.  5.4 

Daniel  Jones 

9 

1.4 

40 

12.   0 

1.  5.4 

Thomas  Hill 

13 

1.4 

40 

17.  4 

1.10.8 

Daniel  Shaw 

9 

1.4 

40 

12.  0 

1.  5.4 

John  Sutherland 

6 

1.4 

40 

8.  0 

1.  1.4 

Isaac  Barker 

15 

1.4 

40 

1.  0.  0 

1.13.4 

Amos  Richardson 

5 

1.4 

40 

0.  6.  8 

1.  0.0 

Solomon  Collins 

5 

1.4 

40 

6.  8 

1.  0.0 

Nathan  Smith  [SamithJ 

15 

1.4 

40 

1.  0.  0 

1.13.4 

Saml.  Pettibone 

9 

1.4 

40 

0.12.  0 

1.  5.4 

Robert  Loggan 

9 

1.4 

40 

0.12.  0 

4.  5.4 

Isaac  Whelpley 

4 

1.4 

40 

0.  5.  4 

0.18.8 

;^42.    1.8 

Arlington,  Jan.  9,  1782. 


Thos.  Bull,  Capt. 

Attest.    Before  me, 
Isaac  Tichenor,  Justice  of  Peace. 


452 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  Jan.  9,  1782.  The  Treasurer  is 
hereby  directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  Bull,  or  order,  the  sum  of  forty- 
two  pounds  one  and  eight  pence,  agreeably  to  the  within  account. 

Isaac  Tichenor,     I  ^ 
Timo.  Brownson,  j"  Committee. 

Reed.  11th  April,  1782,  of  the  Treasurer,  twenty  pounds 
lawful  money  on  the  above  order.  Thomas  Bull. 

Jan.  23,  1783.  Reed,  of  Ira  Allen,  Treasurer,  the  contents  of 
this  order. 

;^42.1.8  Thomas  Bull. 


[173] 


\Capt.  Enoch  Eastman's  Co?npany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Enoch  Eastman's  Company  in  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  in  the  Alarm  in  the 
month  of  October,  1781. 


Names 

n3 

Total 

g 

^a 

fi 

CM 

Enoch  Eastman,'  Capt. 

30 

4 

10 

0.6.3 

3.16.  8 

Joseph  Levit,  En. 

30 

4 

11 

4.3 

2.16.  9 

Seth   Harmon,  Sergt. 

30 

4 

7 

1.7 

1.   1.   1 

Jacob  Kinney,      *'■ 

30 

4 

6 

1.7 

0.19.  6 

David  Hopkins^   " 

30 

4 

7 

1.7 

1.   1.   1 

David  Sheldon,    " 

30 

4 

10 

1.7 

1.  5.10 

John  Nelson,"          Corp^ 

30 

4 

6 

1.7 

0.18.   6 

Pelatiah  Dewey,        Do. 

30 

4 

10 

1.5 

1.  4.  2 

Reuben  Stoddard,    Do. 

30 

4 

6 

1.5 

0.18.   6 

W'"  Cookings 

30 

4 

10 

1.4 

1.  3.  4 

Araos  Harmon 

30 

4 

10 

1.4 

1.   3.   4 

John  Nelson,  Jr. 

30 

4 

9 

1.4 

1.   2.   0 

Aaron  Kising 

30 

4 

9 

1.4 

1.  2.   0 

Zadock  Norton 

30 

4 

14 

1.4 

1.  8.  8 

W™  Norton 

30 

4 

5 

1.4 

0.16.  8 

Hezekiah  Scott 

30 

4 

10 

1.4 

1.  3.  4 

John  Burlingame 

30 

4 

9 

1.4 

1.  2.  0 

Luther   Smith 

30 

4 

15 

1.4 

1.10.  0 

Calvin  Smith 

30 

4 

9 

1.4 

1.   2.   0 

Peletiah  King 

30 

4   ■ 

5 

1.4 

0.16.  8 

Joseph  Tower 

30 

4 

11 

1.4 

1.  4.  8 

Phineas  Smith 

30 

4 

14 

1.4 

1.  8.  8 

Nehemiah  Harmon 

30 

4 

4 

1.4 

0.15.  4 

Neh*"  Harmon,  Jr. 

30 

4 

4 

1.4 

0.15.  4 

John  Sheldon 

30 

4 

8 

1.4 

1.  0.  8 

WilUam  Hurlburt 

30 

4 

5 

1.4 

0.16.  8 

Stephen  Smith 

30 

4 

6 

1.4 

0.18.  0 

Isaac  Sheldon 

30 

4 

3 

1.4 

0.14.  0 

£^^,  5.  5. 

Enoch  Eastman,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR   ROLLS 


453 


Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  January  10,  1783.  The  within 
pay  roll  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  Capt.  Enoch  Eastman,  it  being  thirty-four  pounds 
five  shillings  and  five  pence,         Timo.  Brownson,  )  ^  ., 

Nathi   Bush,  j-^^ommiuee. 

Arlington,  Jan'y  10.     The  within  pay  roll  sworn  to  before  me. 

Timo.  Brownson,  Asst. 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Jan.  11,  1782.  ReC^  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  thirty-four 
pounds,  seven  shillings  and  two  pence.     ;^34.5.5 


[115] 


\Capt.  Zadock  Everest's  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.   Zadock  Everest's  Company  in  Col. 
Allen's  Regiment  for  service  done  in  the  Alarm,  Oct.  1781. 


Ira 


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ai  ►» 

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Names 

02 

.— ( 

an 

Pay 

each 

ration 

Total 

F~< 

A^ 

Ph 

Ph  a 

8' 

Zadock  Everest,         Capt, 

27 

4d 

10 

5/4 

2 

3.15.  8 

Joel  Hennam[Harn[ion],Lt. 

27 

10 

3/7 

1 

2.11.  6 

Isaac  Mecom,             En, 

27 

10 

3/7 

1 

2.11.  6 

Nathl.  Hermon,          Sergt, 

27 

10 

1/7 

1.  4.10 

Ezekiel  Herman,           " 

27 

10 

1/7 

1.  4.10 

Peter  Hall, 

27 

16 

1/7 

1.14.  4 

Philip  Reed,                Corpl. 

27 

6 

1/5 

0.17.  6 

John  Abbot, 

27 

9 

1/5 

1.  1.  9 

Abrah""  Meacham,         " 

27 

8 

1/5 

1.  0.  4 

Andrew  Winchester 

27 

11 

1/4 

1.  3.  8 

Ozias  Clark 

27 

15 

1.  9.  0 

Peter  Parson 

27 

10 

1.  2.  4 

Joseph  Kellogg 

27 

10 

1.  2.  4 

John  Thomson 

27 

^  i 

9 

1.  1.  0 

Abraham  Foot  [Tart] 

27 

15 

1.  9.  0 

David  Andrus 

27 

10 

1.  2.  4 

Peter  Davidson 

27 

9 

1.  1.  0 

Elisha  Clark 

•   27 

15 

1.  9.  0 

Eben''  Kingsley 

27 

5 

0.15.  8 

Gershom  Hale 

27 

7 

0.18.  4 

Benajah  Hill 

27 

12 

1.  5.  0 

Roswell  Bennett 

27 

11 

1.  3.  8 

RufuB  Baker 

27 

10 

1.  2.  4 

Benj.  Everest 

27 

10 

1.  2.  4 

Eben.  Cobb 

27 

10 

1.  2.  4 

Stephen  Starkweather 

27 

10 

1.   2.   4 

James  Hopkins 

27 

9 

1.   1.   0 

Hezekiah  Tracy 

27 

6 

0.17. 

John  Beldridge 

27 

7 

0.18.  4 

Joseph  Fitch 

27 

10 

1.  8.  4 

SamL  Butts 

27 

10 

1.  8.  4 

454 


STATE    OF    VERMONT 


Names 


Elisha  Hall 
John  Davidson 
Henry  Hunt  [Huet] 
Jedediah  Reed 
John  Loveman 
James  Winchester 
Lemuel  Clark 


OQ 
<D 

f-H 
•  1-1 

Is 

•  r-i 

to 

ft 

Pay  per 
day 

Bations 
per  day 

27 

4d 

4 

27 

4 

27 

4 

27 

4 

27 

4 

27 

4 

27 

4 

Total 


0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 
0.14. 


45.14.  3 


Attest,     Zadock  Everest,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  20*^  Feb.  1782. 

The  within  pay  roll  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby 

directed  to  pay  unto  Capt.  Zadock   Everest  or  order,  the  sum  of 

forty-five  pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  3  pence. 

Nathl.  Brush,      )  ^ 

T  rry-  u  r  Committee. 

Isaac  Tichenor,  j 

Bennington,  Feb.  23<^,  1782.  Received  of  Ira  Allen,  Esq., 
Treasurer,  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  forty-five 
pounds  fourteen  shillings  and  three  pence,  lawful  money,  for  and 
in  behalf  of  Capt.  Zadock  Everest.  Stephen  Pearl. 


[213] 


\^Capf.  John  Gray's  Covipa7iy\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Gray's  Company  and  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  in  defense  of  the  frontiers  of 
the  State  of  Vermont,  by  order  of  Gen.  Safford,  from  Oct.  18th 
1781,  to  Nov.  8,  1781,  both  days  included. 


Pr 

Pr 

Sum  of 

Names 

Miles 

mile 

Travel 

Days 

Day 

pay 

Total 

Capt.  John  Gray 

30 

4d 

0.10.0 

18 

6.8 

4.  8.   8 

4.16.  8 

Lt.  Isaac  Underbill 

30 

4 

10. 

13 

4.3 

2.16.  4 

3.  6.  4 

En.  Nathan  Manley 

30 

4 

10. 

13 

4.3 

2.16.  4 

3.  6.  4 

Sergt.  Wm.  Dunton 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.7 

17.  5 

1.  7.  5 

"       George  Manley 

30 

4 

10. 

10 

1.7 

16.10 

1.  6.10 

"       Joseph  Curtis 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.7 

17.  5 

1.   7.  5 

Corpl.  Alexander  Kent 

30 

4 

10. 

17 

1.5^ 

1.  4.  9* 

1.14.  9* 

Drum"'  Lorin  Larkin 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.5^ 

16.     * 

1.   6.  0* 

Charles  Collins 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4* 

15.     \ 

1.  5.   1* 

Cephas  Kent 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4* 

15.     ^ 

1.  5.   1* 

Eben"'  Woodward 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4* 

15.     * 

1.  5.   1* 

REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


455 


Names 


Eleazer  Baldwin 
Isaiah  Gray 
John  Manley 
John  Kent 
Henry  Allen 
Isaac  Reynolds 
Moses  Kent 
Noah  Holcomb 
Philip  Matteson 
Sylvanus  Sikes 
Thos.  McCoan 
Samuel  Strong 
Titus  Sikes 
Thos.  Dunton 
Wm.  Manley 
Benj.  Matteson 
Asa  Baldwin 
Ashbel  Barnham 


Pr 

Pr 

Miles 

mile 

Travel 

Days 

day 

30 

4 

10. 

13 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

8 

1.4^ 

30 

4 

10. 

17 

1.4^ 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

13 

1.4* 

•  30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4*- 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4^ 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4^ 

30 

4 

10. 

13 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

12 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

11 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

19 

1.4| 

30 

4 

10. 

17 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

6 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

8 

1.4* 

30 

4 

10. 

8 

lAk 

Sum  of 

pay 


17.10^ 
11.  0 


Total 


1.  5.  H 
1.  1.  0 


1.  3.  0* 

1.13.  4* 

15.   U 

1.  5.   1* 

15.   Ij 

1.  5.  1* 

1.  0.  7^ 

l.,10.  7* 

15.     * 

1.  5.  1* 

15.     * 

1.  5.  1^ 

15.     * 

1.  5.  1^ 

15.     i 

1.  5.  1^ 

17.101 

1.  7.10* 

16.  6 

1.  6.  6 

15.  li 

1.  5.   1* 

1.  5.  1* 

1.  6.  1* 

1.  3.  0* 

1.13.  4^ 

8.  3 

0.18.  3 

11. 

1.  1.  0 

11. 

1.  1.  0 

^46.  0.  1 

John  Gray,  Capt. 

Dorset,  Nov.  27,  1781.  Appeared  Capt.  John  Gray  and  made 
solemn  oath  to  the  truth  of  the  above  pay  roll,   before 

John  Strong,  Justice  of  Peace. 

Pay  Table  OfHce,  Bennington,  Dec.  26,  1781.  The  within 
pay  roll  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same,  to  the  amount  of  forty-six  pounds  and  one  penny  to  Capt. 
Gray  or  order.  Isaac  Tichenor,    \  Committee. 

Amos  Fassett,      \ 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,.  Dec.  29,  1781.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  reed,  for  and  in  behalf 
of  Capt.  John  Gray. 

^46.0.1  William  Underbill. 


456 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[510] 


\Capt.  Jacob  Hinds'  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Jacob  Hinds'  Alarm  List  Company  in  Col. 
Ira  Allen's  Regt  of  Militia  for  service  done  at  Castleton  in  Octo, 
1781. 


Names  and  Bank 


Capt.  Jacob  Hinds 
Lieut.  Thoa.  Lathrop 
Ens"  Sher"  Boardman 
Sergt.  Caleb  Dayton 
do     Israel  Canfield 
Do    David  Norton 
Danl.  Barret 
Isaac  Andrews 
Isaac  Wallis 
Abel  Ellsworth 
Samuel  Agord 
George  Eddy 


No.  days 
service 

Pay  per 
day, sub- 
sistence 

15 
27 
15 

6/8 
4/3 
do 

13 
21 

1/7 
do 

16 

do 

13    • 
13 

V4 
do 

21 

do 

13 

do 

16 

do 

13 

do 

No.  miles 
travel 


45 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Travel  fee 
per  mile 


/4 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


Amount 


£  S.  D. 

5.  15.     0 

6.  9.    9 

.5.  18.    9 


1. 
2. 
2. 


15. 
8. 
0. 


1.     12. 


1. 
2. 
1. 
1. 


12. 

3. 

12. 

16, 


1.     12. 


7 
3 
4 
4 
4 
0 
4 
4 
4 


32.    15.    4 


Arlington,  Jany.  7,  1782.  Personally  appeared  before  me  Capt. 
Jacob  Hinds  and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  above  Roll  is  just  and 
true  without  fraud  to  the  public  or  any  individual. 

Isaac  Tichenor,  Just.  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  )      The  above  roll  being   approved  of, 

Arlington.  Jany  7,  1782  I  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the 
same  to  Capt.  Hinds  or  to  his  order  to  the  amt.  of  thirty-two 
pounds  fifteen  shillings  and  4  pence. 

^32.15.4  Isaac  Tichenor,      ) 

Timo.   Brownson,  \ 

Jany.  7,  1782.     Reed  the  full  contents  of  the  within  pay  roll 


from  Ira  Allen  Esq  Treasurer. 


Pr  me,         Jacob  Hinds. 


REVOLUTIONARY    WAR    ROLLS 


457 


159] 


\Capt.  Hie  hard  Hurd's  Company^ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Richard  Kurd's  Company  in  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  militia  in  an  alarm  to  the  Northward,  Oct. 
20,  1781. 


Days  in 

Pay  and 

Miles 

Amt.  travel 

at4'i 

per  mile 

Total 

Names  and  Bank 

service 

subsistence 

travel 

Capt.  Richard  Hurd 

9 

3.  0. 

0 

58 

0.19.  4 

3.19.  4 

Lt.  Abner  Hurd 

17 

4.  2. 

4 

52 

17.  4 

4.19.  8 

Sergt.  Elijali  Warner 

12 

1.  1. 

0 

52 

17.  4 

1.18.10 

"       Simeon  Sanford 

9 

0.14. 

3 

58 

17.  4 

1.13.  7 

Ned  Hurd 

7 

0.11. 

3 

52 

17.  4 

1.  8.  7 

Corpl.  Eleazer  Hurd 

10 

0.14. 

8 

52 

17.  4 

1.12.  0 

*'       Hall  Curtis 

10 

0.14. 

8 

52 

17.  4 

1.12.  0 

"      Elijah  Hurd 

12 

0.17. 

7 

52 

17.  4 

1.14.11 

Jededi-  guj.^ 

17 

1.  2. 

8 

52 

17.  4 

2.  0.  0 

Pheris  Cogswill 

17 

1.  2. 

0 

52 

17.  4 

2.  0.  0 

Daniel  Hurd,  2d. 

11 

0.14. 

8 

52 

17.  4 

1.12.  0 

Amos  Tattle 

12 

0.16. 

0 

52 

17.  4 

1.13.  4 

Peter  Bristoll 

12 

0.16. 

0 

52 

17.  4 

1.13.  4 

Jas.  Bristoll 

11 

0.14. 

8 

52 

17.  4 

1.12.  0 

Enoch  Basbet 

12 

0.16. 

0 

52 

17.  4 

1.13.  4 

John  Hurd 

10 

0.13. 

4 

52 

17.  4 

1.10.  8 

Saml.  Bristoll 

10 

0.13. 

4 

52 

17.  4 

1.10.  8 

Tobe  Bristoll 

2 

0.  2. 

8 

52 

2.  0 

0.  4.  8 

Eliphaz  Warner 

2 

0.  2. 

8 

52 

2.  0 

0.  4.  8 

£Z^.\Z.l 

Richard  Hurd,  Captain. 

Bennington,  Dec.  3,  1781.  Personally  appears  Capt.  Rich*^ 
Hurd  and  made  solemn  oath  that  the  above  pay  roll  is  just  and 
true.  Isaac  Tichenor,  Justice  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Dec.  20,  1781.  The  above  pay 
roll  being  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
the  amount  of  thirty-four  pounds  thirteen  shillings  and  seven 
pence.  Isaac  Tichenor,  )  p^^ee 

Amos  Fassett,    \ 


Treasurer's  Office,  Jan.  2.  1782.     Rec'd   of  the  Treasurer 
contents  of  the  within  order  being  ;^34.13.7,  lawful  money. 

Richard  Hurd,  Capt. 


the 


458 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


[2221 


\Capt.  John  Mott^s  Company\ 


•A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  John  Mott's  Company  of  the  Alarm  List 
of  Danby  in  Col.  Ira  Allen's  Regiment,  for  service  done  at  Castle- 
ton  in  October,  1781. 


Names 


Capt.  John  Mott 
Lt.  Thos.  Rowley 
Sergt.  Jere'^  Merethen 
"       Henry  Herrick 
Ifrice  [Israel]   Harenden 
Thos.  Tuller[Tuttel] 


Days 

P^  day 

Miles 

P.  mile 

9 

6.8 

30 

4 

12 

4.3 

30 

i 

10 

4.3 

30 

4 

13 

1.7 

30 

4 

10 

1.4 

30 

4 

12 

1.4 

30 

4 

Total 


3.  10.  0 

3.  1.  0 

2.  12.  6 

1.  10.  7 

1.  3.  4 

1.  6.  0 

;^13.    3.  5 


John  Mott,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Feb.  7,  1782.  The  above  ac- 
count being  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay  the 
sum  of  ^,^13.3.5  to  Capt.  John  Mott  or  to  his  order. 

Isaac  Tichenor      )  ^^^^^ 


Bennington,   Feb.   7,  1782. 
tents  of  the  within  order. 
^13.3.5 


Timo.  Brownson 
Reed,   of  the  Treasurer  the  con- 
John  Mott,  Capt. 


REVOLUTIONARY   WAR    ROLLS 


459 


[159] 


[  Capt.  Jacob  OdeVs  Company] 


A  Pay  Roll  for  Capt.  Jacob  Odel's  Company  in  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  the  State  of  Vermont  on 
Alarm  to  the  Northward,  which  commenced  October,  A.  D.  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Pr  day 

Amt. 
wages 

Miles 

Amt. 
travel 

Total 

Capt.  Jacob  Odels 

19 

6.8 

6.  6. 

8 

40 

13.4 

7.  0.  0 

Lt.  Stephen  Smith 

11 

4.3 

2.  6. 

9 

40 

13.4 

3.  0.  1 

En.  Jas.  Vaughn 

11 

4.3 

2.  6. 

9 

40 

13.4 

3.  0.  1 

Sergt.  Prentice  Stores 

15 

1.7 

1.  3. 

9 

40 

13.4 

1.17.  1 

''      Eliakim  Deming 

3 

1.7 

0.  4. 

9 

40 

13.4 

0.18.  1 

"      Dan  Allen 

9 

1.7 

0.14. 

3 

40 

13.4 

1.  7.  7 

"      John  Richardson 

5 

1.7 

0.  7. 

11 

40 

13.4 

0.  7.11 

Corpl.  Nathan  Richardson 

15 

1.5 

1.  1. 

3 

40 

13.4 

1.14.  7 

Samuel  Collins 

15 

1.4 

1.  0. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.13.  4 

Thomas  Bull,  Jr. 

15 

1.4 

1.  0. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.13.  4 

John  Vaughn 

15 

1.4 

1.  0. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.13.  4 

Andrew  Anderson 

15 

1.4 

1.  0. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.13.  4 

William  King 

5 

1.4 

0.  6. 

8 

40 

13.4 

1.  0.  9 

James  Jameson 

11 

1.4 

0.14. 

8 

40 

13.4 

1.  8.  0 

John  Odel 

11 

1.4 

0.14. 

8 

40 

13.4 

1.  8.  0 

Christopher  Collins 

10 

1.4 

0.13. 

4 

40 

13.4 

1.  6.  8 

Asa  Farrand 

15 

1.4 

1.  0. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.13.  4 

Moses  Sperry 

10 

1.4 

0.13. 

4 

40 

13.4 

1.  6.  8 

Joseph  Farrand 

10 

1.4 

0.13. 

4 

40 

13.4 

1.  6.  8 

Timothy  Soper 

12 

1.4 

0.16. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.  9.  4 

Jonathan  Allen 

9 

1.4 

0.12. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.  5.  4 

Elias  Curtis 

9 

1.4 

0.12. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.  5.  4 

Reuben  Smith 

6 

1.4 

0.  8. 

0 

40 

13.4 

1.  1.  4 

Wm.  Bedel 

3 

1.4 

0.   4. 

0 

40 

13.4 

0.17.  4 

Moses  Emery 

7 

1.4 

0.   9. 

4 

40 

13.4 

1.  2.  8 

;^42.  9.  5 

Jacob  Odel,  Capt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  12th  April,  1783.  The  within 
pay  roll  being  examined  and  approved,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby 
directed  to  pay  unto  Capt.  Jacob  Ode],  or  order,  the  sum  of  forty- 
three  pounds  9/5. 

Nathl.  Brush,  ^  ^^^,, 

Timo.  Brownson,    j 

Treasurer's  Office,  Jan.  7,  1783.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer, 
the  contents  of  the  above  order. 

;^42.9.5  Jacob  Odel,  Capt. 


460 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


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REVOLUTIONARY   WAR   ROLLS 


461 


[127] 


\^Capt.  Nathaniel  Smith's  Company\ 


Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Nathl.  Smith's  Company  in  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  in  Oct.  1781.      Rupert,  Nov.  24, 

1781. 


Names 


Nathl.  Smith,  Capt. 
Enos  Harmon,  Lt. 
W^  Smith.  Sergt. 

Josiah  Curtis,  " 

Cyprian  Eastman,    " 
Jona.  Eastman 
David  Towsley,  Corpl. 
Oliver  Eastman 
Ashbel  Sikes 
Jona.  Church 
Saml.  Streeter 
John  McNeel 
Pliny  Smith 
Seth  Porter 
Robert  Stanton 
Benj.  Davis 
Calvin  Eastman 
Lebbeus  Stannard 
Eliphalet  Smith 
Daniel  Risdon 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
15 
10 
10 
19 
19 
10 
10 
19 
10 
7 
10 
2 
2 


Travel 


30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 


Total 


3.   6. 

8 

2.  2. 

4 

0.16. 

0 

0.16. 

0 

0.16. 

4 

0.13. 

4 

0.14. 

8 

1.   0. 

0 

0.13. 

4 

0.13. 

4 

1.   5. 

4 

1.   5. 

4 

0.13. 

4 

0.13. 

4 

0.   5. 

4 

0.13. 

4 

0.   9. 

4 

0.13. 

4 

0.   2. 

8 

0.   2. 

8 

Wages  for  personal  service  ;^18. 16— Travel  ;^10—  Total     ;^28. 16.0 

Pay  Table  Office,  Sunderland,  Nov.  23,  1781.  The  within  pay 
roll  examined  and  approved  and  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay 
the  same  to  Capt.  Nathl.  Smith  or  bearer,  being  twenty-eight 
pounds  sixteen  shillings  lawful  money. 

Timothy  Brownson.  |  Committee. 

Isaac  Tichenor,  ) 

Treasurer's  Office.  Sunderland,  Nov.  23,  1781.  Received  of 
the  Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  twenty-eight 
pounds  sixteen  shillings  lawful  money. 

Nathl.  Smith,  Capt. 


462 


STATE     OF    VERMONT 


[49] 


l^Capt.  Ebenezer   Wilsoiis  Company 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Ebenezer  Wilson's  Company  in  Col.  Ira 
Allen's  Regiment  of  Militia  for  service  done  at  Castleton,  Oct. 
1781. 


No.  days 

Paypr  day 

No. 

Travel 

Names  and  Rank 

service 

sub* 

miles 

per  mile 

Amount 

Capt.  Eben-^  Wilson 

17 

6.8 

30 

.4 

6.  3.  4 

Lt.  Jona.  Sprague 

5 

4.3 

30 

.4 

1.11.  3 

Ensign  John  Vial 

9 

do 

30 

.4 

2.  8.  3 

Sergt.  Michael  Wilson 

17 

1.7 

30 

.4 

1.16.11 

"       Eichard  Latting 

9 

1.7 

30 

.4 

1.  5.  9 

Corpl.  Richard  Calkins 

9 

1.5^ 

30 

.4 

1.  3.   \\ 

"       Nathan  Rowley 

7 

1.5^ 

30 

.4 

1.  0.  2^ 

'•       Bethuel  Brum'ley 

9 

1.5^ 

30 

.4 

1.  3.   \\ 

Jas.  Webster 

15 

1.5^ 

30 

.4 

1.11.10^ 

Drum"^  Zebina  Day 

15 

1.5^ 

30 

.4 

I.U.IO^ 

Robt.  Allen 

9 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  2.  0 

W"  Brumley 

7 

1.4 

30 

.4 

0.19.  4 

Duran  Huntley 

15 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.10.  0 

Nathan  Sprague 

9 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  2.  0 

Gershom  Congur 

9 

1.4 

SO 

.4 

1.  2.  0 

JStephen  Savy 

10 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  3.  4 

Noah  Wilson 

17 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.12.  8 

Hopkins  Rowley 

15 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.10.  0 

Amos  Colvin 

8 

.    1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  0.  8 

Stephen  Colvin 

15 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.10.  0 

Ezekiel  Smith 

15 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.10.  0 

Ashur  Conger 

10 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  3.  4 

John  Sealey 

7 

1.4 

30 

.4 

0.19,  4 

Henry  Spalding 

14 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  8.  8 

Ephraim  Bennett 

14 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  8.  8 

Edward  Soper 

9 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  2.  0 

Thos.  Allen 

9 

1.4 

30 

.4 

1.  2.  0 

Danl.  Venderlendo 

9 

1.4 

SO 

.4 

1.  2.  0 

LAI.  3.  8i 

Ebenr.  Wilson,  Capt. 

Arlington,  Jan.  7,  1782.  Personally  appears  before  me  Capt. 
Wilson  and  makes  solemn  oath  that  the  within  pay  roll  is  just  and 
true. 

Before  me,  Isaac  Tichenor,  Justice  of  the  Peace. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  Jan.  7,  1782.  The  Treasurer  is 
hereby  directed  to  pay  the  sum  of  forty-two  pounds  three  shillings 
and  eight  pence  ^  to  Capt.  Ebenezer  Wilson,  or  to  his  order, 
agreeable  to  the  within  pay  roll. 

Isaac  Tichenor, 

^42.3.83^  Timo  Brownson, 

Treasurer's  Office,  Jan.  8,  1782.  Reed,  of  I.  Allen,  Treasurer, 
the  contents  of  this  order.  Eben""  Wilson. 


:,1 


Committee. 


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463 


[93] 


l^Capt  Abraham  Under hiW s  Company'\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Abraham  Underbill's  Company  of  Alarm 
List  in  Col.  Ira  Allen's  Regiment  for  service  done  in  defence  of 
the  frontiers  of  the  State  of  Vermont,  by  order  of  General  Safford, 
from  Oct.  18.  1781,  to  Nov.  8,  1781,  both  days  included— the  above 
company  commanded  by  Lt.  Isaac  Farwell. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 
Travel 

Total 

Lt.  Isaac  Farwell  ^ 

13 

30 

3.  5.   3 

Ensign  Reuben  Bloomer 

12 

30 

3.   1.  8 

Sergt.  Abijah  Dunning 

8 

30 

1.   2.   8 

"       Noah  Moss. 

11 

30 

1.   7.   5 

Drm.  Eben^  Baker 

10 

30 

1.  4.   7 

Joseph  Ingall  ■ 

11 

30 

1.   5.   lYz 

Richard  Duning 

11 

30 

1.   5.    1% 

Ephraim  Reynolds 

11 

30 

1.   5.    lYz 

John  Nelson 

19 

30 

1.15.   4 

Joseph  Sheldon 

11 

30 

1.   5.   1J4 

Eben^  Hulburt 

11 

30 

1.  5.  ly^ 

Joel  Frost 

10 

30 

1.   3.   9 

David  Brade 

12 

30 

1.   6.   6 

Benoni  Bishop 

10 

30 

1.   3.   9 

Benj.  Mclntyre 

7 

30 

0.19.   9 

Amherst  Coult 

9 

30 

1.   2.   4>4 

John  Wood 

6 

30 

0.18.   3 

Elisha  Rigdon 

7 

30 

0.19.   9 

James  Stewart 

2 

1 

0.   4.   1 

Benj.  Baldwin 

2 

2 

0.   5.   4 

Andrew  Boston  [Berton] 

4 

30 

0.13.   6 

Isaac  Farwell,  Lt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Dec.  27,  1781.  The  within  roll 
being  approved  of.  the  Treasurer  is  directed  to  pay  the  same  to 
Gapt.  Farwell  or  order,  the  sum  of  twenty-seven  pounds  one  shil- 
ling eight  pence.  Isaac  Tichenor,  \  p„^ee 

Amos  Fassett,     f 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Dec.  29,  1781.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  for  and  in  behalf  of 
Capt.  Farwell.  W™  Underbill. 


464 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


[63]  \^Capt.  Samuel   Willard's  Company] 

A  Pay  Roll  of  Capt.  Samuel  Willard's  ''Company  of  Militia  in 
Col.  Ira  Allen's  Regiment  for  service  done  in  defence  of  the 
Northern  Frontiers  of  this  State  in  Oct.  1781,  per  order. 


Names 

Entered 

Days 
9 

Miles 

Pay  at  /4 

Total 

Lt.  David  Comstock 

Oct.  21 

22 

0.7.4 

2.  5.7 

Sergt.  Amos  Micks 

i  i             1  ( 

5 

7.4 

0.15.3 

"       Levy  Adams 

(  (              (  C 

9 

7.4 

1.  1.7 

"       Caleb  Allen 

"      23 

7 

7.4 

0.10.6 

Clerk  Elkanah  Cobb 

"      21 

7 

7.4 

0.17.3 

Corp,  Joth.  Smart 

((       << 

9 

7.4 

1.  0.1 

"     Jed.  Egerton 

(*           a 

13 

7.4 

1.  5.9 

David  Cower 

11          1  < 

13 

7.4 

1.  4.8 

David  Smith 

<i           <i 

10 

7.4 

1.  0.8 

Doty  Allen 

(1          (( 

13 

7.4 

1.  0.8 

Moses  Curtis 

(1             1  c 

16 

7.4 

1.18.8 

Daniel  Hulet 

"      21 

16 

7.4 

1.  8.8 

Saml.  Wright 

"      23 

11 

7.4 

1.  2.0 

Gideon  Adams,  Esq. 

(<       (1 

5 

7.4 

0.14.0 

Joel  Simons 

11       1  ( 

9 

7.4 

0.19.4 

Joth.  Prindle 

it       11 

9 

7.4 

0.19.4 

Gilbord  Soper 

<(       1  ( 

9 

7.4 

0.19.4 

Jacob  Egerton 

1  (       11 

5 

7.4 

0.14. a 

Geo.  Rush 

(1               CI 

9 

7.4 

0.19.4 

Lemuel  Haskins 

( <         << 

9 

7.4 

0.19.4 

Junet  Hollister 

11         (( 

9 

7.4 

0.19.4 

Phineas  Pelton 

<l         1( 

9 

7.4 

0  19.4 

John  Butts 

1(        (1 

6 

7.4 

0.15.4 

David  Adams 

l(         (( 

5 

7.4 

0.14.0 

W""  Potter 

(t          (1 

9 

7.4 

1.19.4 

J.  Armstrong 

Nov.  1 

5 

7.4 

0.14.0 

David  Hough 

t  C             I  ( 

5 

7.4 

0.14.0 

Elisha  Leach 

4 

3 

7.4 

0.11. a 

Jacob  Perkins 

'«       4 

3 

7.4 

0.18.4 

Seth  Blossom 

"       4 

5 

7.4 

0.14.0 

A  true  pay  roll.       Test  per  me,  David  Comstock,  Lt. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Arlington,  Jan.  9,  1782.  The  Treasurer  is 
directed  to  pay  to  Lieut.  Comstock  or  order  the  sum  of  twenty- 
nine  [pounds]  six  shillings  and  seven  pence,  as  per  the  within 
account.  Isaac  Tichenor,  I  Com 

Timothy  Brownson,    \ 

Treasurer's  Office,  Sunderland,  Jany.  10,  1781.  Reed,  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  being  twenty-nine 
pounds  six  shillings  and  seven  pence,  lawful  money.  Reed,  for 
and  in  behalf  of  Lieut.  Comstock. 

Saml.  Willard,  Capt.  of  said  Company. 


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465 


[354]  [Co/.  Ira  AUeiis  Regiment^  Officer s^ 

A  Pay  Roll  of  the  Field  and  Staff  Officers  of  Col.  Ira  Allen's 
Recjiment  for  their  service  at  Castleton  in  the  alarm  in  the  month 
of  October,  1781. 


Names 

Days 

Miles 

Pr  day 

Pr  mile 

Total 

Stephen  Pearl,  Lt.  Col. 
Leml.  Ohipman,  Surgeon 
James  Murdock,  Chaplain 
Jona.  Saxton,  Adjt. 
John  Page,  Surgeon's  Mate 
John  Cobb,  Quarter  master 
Nathl.  Harmon,  Sergeant  Maj'' 
John  Steward,  Quarter  M.  Sergt. 

10 
10 
10 
10 

8 
10 

6 
10 

30 
27 
27 
43 
42 
46 
26 
22 

8.  8 
6.  8 
6.  8 
4.11 
5.  4 
4.  0 
2.  0 
2.  0 

4d 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

6.  3.  4 
4.  9.  0 
4.  9.  0 
3.10.  2 
3.  2.  0 
2.15.  4 
1.  0.  8 
1.  7.  4 

^26.16.10 

Stephen  Pearl,  Lt.  Col. 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington,  Feb.  14,  1782.  The  above  ac- 
count being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby  directed  to  pay 
the  same,  being  the  sum  of  twenty-six  pounds  sixteen  shillings  and 

ten  pence.  Isaac  Tichenor,  I  Committee 

Nathl.  Brush,      f  ^o^imitiee. 

Bennington,  Feb.  28,  1782.  Reed,  of  the  Treasurer  the  con- 
tents of  the  within  order.  Uriah  Seymour. 


[28] 


\^Capt.   Abraham  Jackson's  Company^    Wallingford\ 


A  Pay  Roll  of  Abraham  Jackson's  Company  of  Militia  at 
Wallingford  in  Col.  Thomas  Lee's  Regiment,  Oct.  14,  1781,  in 
service  at  Castleton. 


No. 

No. 

Names 

miles 
20 

Price 
0.6.8 

days 

Wages 

Total 

Abraham  Jackson,  Capt. 

3.13.4 

4.  0.  0 

Joseph  Randal,  Lt. 

(■  •( 

2.   6.9 

2.13.  5 

Stephen  Clark,  Ens" 

1 1  ( ( 

2.   6.9 

2.13.   5 

EHsha  Allen,      Sergt. 

«<  '< 

0.   6.5 

1.  4.   1 

Asahel  Jackson,  do 

i(  (( 

0.17.5 

1.  4.   1 

W-"  Crary,             do 

(1  (1 

0.17.5 

1.  4.   1 

W™  Fisher,          do 

•  1  (( 

0.17.5 

1.  4.   1 

Jonah  Ives,  Corpl. 

>  (  11 

0.15.7 

1.  2.  8 

Joel  Naten,      do 

U    (1 

0.15.7 

1.  2.  3 

Googer  Clark,  Fifer 

CI     11 

0.15.7 

1.  2.  3 

Jed*"  Jackson 

1 1    (1 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

[30] 


4QQ 


STATE    OF   VERMONT 


No. 

No. 

Names 

miles 

Price 

days 

Wages 

Total 

John  Clark 

20 

0.6.8 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

John  Willey 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

Pesilys  Spalding 

0.14.8 

1.  1.  4 

Jethro  Jackson 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

Benj.  Rhoades 

0.14.8 

1.  1.  4 

Daniel  Bradley 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

Elias  Crary 

* 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

Joseph  Benson 

0.14.8 

1.   1.   4 

Jonathan  Wiley 

0.14.8 

1.   1.   4 

Ephraim  Strong 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

Isaac  Finne 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

Daniel  Finne 

0.14.8 

1.   1.   4 

Edward  Bumpus 

0.14.8 

1.   1.   4 

Ichabod  Randall 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

John  Thompson 

0.14.8 

1.   1.   4 

Jos.  Hambleton 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

Eben'  Manay 

0.14.8 

1.   1.  4 

Cooledge  White 

0.14.8 

1.   1.   4 

Nathl.  Stuart 

10 

0.13.4 

1.   0.   0 

Nathl.  Ives 

10 

0.13.4 

1.  0.  0 

David  urippen 

9 

0.12.0 

0.18.  8 

Barnabas  Swift 

8 

0.10.8 

0.17.  4 

James  Shaw 

9 

0.12.0 

0.18.  8 

Thos.  Hinman 

7 

0.   9.4 

0.16.  0 

Benoni  Kenney 

7 

0.   9.4 

0.16.  0 

James  Bumpus 

7 

0.   9.4 

0.16.  0 

Chancey  Clark 

6 

0.   8.0 

0.14.  8 

Ephraim  Andrews 

2 

0.  2.8 

0.  9.  4 

Benj.  Bradley 

5 

0.  6.8 

0.  9.  4 

Edmund  Clark 

3 

0.  4.0 

0.10.  8 

Abraham  Ives 

10 

0.13.4 

1.  0.  0 

;^48.    1.11 

Attest, 

Abraham  Jackson,  Capt 

Pay  Table  Office,  Bennington  Feb.  7,  1782. 

The  within  account  being  approved  of,  the  Treasurer  is  hereby 
directed  to  pay  to  Capt.  Abraham  Jackson  or  order,  the  sum  of 
^48.1.11 

^^48.1.11  Isaac  Tichenor,       \ 

Timo.  Brownson,    f 


Com* 


Treasurer's  Office,  Bennington,  Feb.  8,  1782.  Rec'd  of  the 
Treasurer  the  contents  of  the  above  order,  it  being  forty  eight 
pounds  one  shilling  eleven  pence,  lawful  money. 

Abraham  Jackson,  Capt. 


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[168J 


\Capt.  Abel  Merrimans  Co7npany\ 


A  Pay  Roll  for  Capt.  Abel  Merriman's  Company  in  Col. 
Thomas  Lee's  Regiment  of  Militia  for  their  tours  to  Castleton  in 
Oct.  21,  1781. 


Names